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Thread began 11/02/2009 5:21 pm by paul372337 | Last modified 11/13/2009 7:21 pm by paul372337 | 2655 views | 16 replies

paul372337

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  Ok, this tells me that there is an issue with the include files on this page. Have you copied and pasted the include file references to the top of the page? You must ensure that they appear at the top of the page and also that the paths are correct. If you have your CMS in a sub folder on your site then you must add in this subfolder prefix to the include lines, for example if you had this in a folder called CMS then the includes would need to look like this:

php:
<?php include "CMS/Connections/localhost.php"?>

<?php include "CMS/WA_CMS/WA_CMS.php"?>
  



... ah hah! relative paths strike. :( My path was correct but PHP was getting to the wrong place somehow.

What I have:
/cms/(files)
/advisers/index.php

so I told it "/cms/(files)" and it was not going to the site root folder. Switched off to "../cms/(files)" and now it's working. :D Thanks!

I wonder where / was making PHP look... I hope not in the actual system root! O_O

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