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.

HTH,
Jed

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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