Even if I comment out what's in the include file, it still errors.

It's the actual "include" statement causing the error, not what's in it....

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Cummings [mailto:rob...@interjinn.com] 
Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 1:33 PM
To: David Stoltz
Cc: php-general@lists.php.net
Subject: Re: [PHP] Going from IIS6 to WAMP

What does it do? Force the connection to https? if so you need to 
configure Apache to serve over https.

David Stoltz wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have a working application in PHP 5.3 under IIS6. I've created a WAMP 
> server (Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP) on a dedicated server, and I'm trying to 
> move the application to the new, dedicated server.
> My first problem, the new server doesn't like this line of code in the 
> default.php:
> <?php include('force_ssl.php');?>
> (It works fine on the current server)
> If I remove the above line, the page shows fine. If the line is there, the 
> page cannot be displayed (not sure how to make it show the actual error, 
> since error logging is on, and error_reporting = E_ALL)
> In the Apache httpd.conf file, I have the following:
> <Directory "c:/wamp/www/myapplicationfolder">
>     DirectoryIndex default.php
>     Options FollowSymLinks Includes
>     Allow from all
> </Directory>
> I'm assuming this allows "includes"....
> Does anyone have any idea?

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