I have seen this question before on a brazilian newsgroup I visit, and the
only solutions we came (without going away from a default php installation)
is to use the function include(); (and similars) or sessions.

  If anyone knows a different way, I would also be interested to know, to
inform my friends from the other news.


  Julio Nobrega.

2B||!BB - That's the question.

"Lolodev" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> i m beginner with php.
> i developp under asp or cold fusion.
> with this language, when you request a page, the server runs automatiquely
> page: global.asa with asp and application.cfm with cold fusion.
> can i do the same thing under php ?

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