You could also, perhaps, write the value of $xyz to a text file when you set
it mnop.php, and then access it (and eval it, if necessary) by including
xyz.txt in abcd.php.


On the threshold of genius, Metin Kale wrote:

> Could you enable a session variable to keep track of it?  If you have an
> "if" statement in mnop.php that calls the abcd.php page, then have that
> "if" statement also start a session and register a variable.  This way, if
> the variable you set is equal to a certain value, then you know that
> abcd.php was called from mnop.php.
> metin
> At 03:44 PM 8/28/2002 +0000, Manoj  Japher wrote:
>> hi,
>>   I have a question. Hoping someone may help me out.
>>  Can a PHP page say file "abcd.php" access a variable $xyz which is
>> used in another file "mnop.php"? I mean can I refer to a variable
>> whose value has been set in some other file.
>>  The point is that the file "mnop.php" after finishing its query and
>> on a particular case loads "abcd.php".
>>  The reason is, I need to check everytime the file "abcd.php" is
>> loaded, I should be able to determine that it was loaded by "mnop.php"
>> and not by typing in the complete URL to "abcd.php" on the Web Browser.
>> Hoping someone could tell me how if it is possible
>> Best Regards,
>> Manoj
>> 'I have miles to go before I sleep, and promises to keep'
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