The include path should specify the file you are trying to include relative
to your file that is including.

E.g..

Consider two php file 1.php and 2.php if they are in the same directory and
you want to include 1.php with 2.php you simply add the line at the
beginning of 2.php

<?
include("1.php");
.....
?>

I hope that helps, but I wasn't 100% sure of your question.

Muz

"Robbie Newton" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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I keep getting errors saying that the required file could not be found or
something because the include_Path is wrong. Right now the include path is
set to .., I think because I saw it like that somewhere else and thought
that was the correct way to do it. I have tried so many things and nothing
is working.

I am running on Win2K with MySQL and PHP4. Just trying to learn this stuff
in case I ever need it. Not to mention, its free, why not learn it.


Thanks,

-Robbie




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