Hi Rick,
Yes, this is the first thing I checked.  Thanks for your suggestion.


"Rick Emery" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> did you start each include file with:
> <?php
> ?>
> If not, PHP treats the code within as straight text
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brad Melendy [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 5:03 PM
> Subject: [PHP-DB] include() statement hell!
> Ok, I've spent some time reading the docs at php.net and I'm still
> After a couple hours, I have an include file working with a statement
> include ("dblib.inc");
> However, to add to my confusion, I've got a second include file statement
> the next line:
> include ("userlib.inc");
> And that doesn't work.
> Most crazy of all, if I just put the darn functions all in the PHP file
> is trying to call the include files, everything works perfectly.
> So far I have my include_path line in the pho.ini file set to no value
> I'm just using include files that exist in the same directory as the
> php file.  this after I could NOT get the files to be properly recognized
> from their own include directory.  As far as I'm concerned, you should be
> able to include a relative path with the included filename and have it
> Too bad that doesn't work in PHP.
> So, long story short, I'm about to give up on include statements and just
> copy and paste my functions all over the place.  Does anyone have any
> why this is so difficult for me?  What am I missing?  This stuff is easy
> ASP but PHP is giving me serious heart-ache.  :-(
> Thanks for any tips or suggestions.
> ....Brad
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