Dee Ayy wrote:
On Dec 3, 2007 10:26 AM, julian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Dee Ayy wrote:
Hopefully your only issue is the keyword global versus globals ?


Not sure what you mean. global $db should bring to local scope a
reference to the object that has the data base connection.

PHP complaints that it cannot access properties or methods of that
object in the obj/f1/ scope....

I tried using the $GLOBALS['db'] with same results.....

In the one that failed, you used the invalid keyword "globals".
In the one that worked, you used the valid keyword "global".

When I said "hopefully", I was wondering if you could use
$GLOBALS['db'] but there may be other issues since you said that also
failed.


no worries.... I give up. It is really weird I know.... Hope some day I will get enlighted.

In one file, any method within a class is happy with the global $db...on a different (same file !!!) class no method is happy with accessing $db via global...

I will open and close db connection in each method that it needs... awkward...but works.

Thanks for your time.

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