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Thread began 6/02/2011 6:00 am by madelectrical386948 | Last modified 6/02/2011 10:31 am by Jason Byrnes | 686 views | 1 replies |


database connection

Hi, I am starting to work with the webassist database 2.0 and I need to figure out why I am getting this message.

My database is ConnUser. When all the pages are created, it puts in this.
<?php virtual('/Connections/ConnUser.php'); ?>
<?php virtual("/WA_DataAssist/WA_AppBuilder_PHP.php"); ?>

I was playing around with my own page and I have the database opening with this.
<?php require_once('../Connections/ConnUser.php');?>

I get this same message below for both connection unless I change the virtual to require_once. After I changed both connections on the page, I lose all the form data

Fatal error: Call to undefined function virtual() in /home/cragdire/public_html/admin_data/cityLake_Detail.php on line 2

Please let me know what is up.



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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In your Dreamweaver Site Settings, on the Local Info tab, there is an option to "Create Links relative to", if you set this option to "Site" Dreamweaver will use the virtual() function for attaching included files, if you set this to "Document instead, Dreamweaver will use the require_once() function.

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