Hello Everyone,
Thanks for all your suggestions. Unfortunately, I've replaced
require_once with include_once and require with include in all the
documents, I'm still not having any luck.

On 5/27/10, Bob McConnell <r...@cbord.com> wrote:
> From: Philip Thompson
>> On May 25, 2010, at 8:27 PM, David Mehler wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I'm trying to display mysql database output in a formatted table. My
>>> problem is i'm getting a blank screen with no errors. I've got
>>> debugging on, and have run the cli php on this file which produces no
>>> errors either, but neither does it give me any output.
>>> My eventual goal is to select the two nearest future events to the
>>> current date. Having done that I want to display the name, location,
>>> start date, start time, and a summary. Right now though I just want
> to
>>> put all information in the database in to a table.
>>> Here's the code. Pointers welcome.
>>> Thanks.
>>> Dave.
>>> <?php
>>> require_once($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . "/dbconnect.php");
>> I ran into a similar issue yesterday. Tracked it down and figured out
>> the "required" file did not exist. It didn't show up in my dev
>> environment b/c I had the file. When we pushed it to QA, the file had
>> not been uploaded. The require_once() stops execution if the file
> isn't
>> found. Try changing it to include_once() and see if you can _any_
> output.
> We struggled with this as well. require terminates the process without
> any indication of why it stopped. No error, no exception, not even a
> whimper. Recording a basic "file not found" message in the error log
> would be a major improvement.
> Bob McConnell
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