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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Shtml in Unix Post 17780 by joey00 on Wednesday 20th of March 2002 05:17:05 AM
Old 03-20-2002
Hi,

I only have rights to edit files on the server so I have no idea.. makes everything a bit more complicated.

But, I already figured out that the problem might be the way I'm linking to the file and I'm going to try using

<!--#include virtual="/include/menu_top.inc" --> in stead of
<!--#include file="/include/menu_top.inc" -->

*fingers crossed*
 
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NSAPI_VIRTUAL(3)							 1							  NSAPI_VIRTUAL(3)

nsapi_virtual - Perform an NSAPI sub-request

SYNOPSIS
bool nsapi_virtual (string $uri) DESCRIPTION
nsapi_virtual(3) is an NSAPI-specific function which is equivalent to <!--#include virtual...--> in SSI ( .shtml files). It does an NSAPI sub-request. It is useful for including CGI scripts or .shtml files, or anything else that you'd parse through webserver. To run the sub-request, all buffers are terminated and flushed to the browser, pending headers are sent too. You cannot make recursive requests with this function to other PHP scripts. If you want to include PHP scripts, use include(3) or require(3). Note This function depends on a undocumented feature of the Netscape/iPlanet/Sun webservers. Use phpinfo(3) to determine if it is avail- able. In the Unix environment it should always work, in Windows it depends on the name of a ns-httpdXX.dll file. Read the note about subrequests in the NSAPI section (UNIX, Windows) if you experience this problem. PARAMETERS
o $uri - The URI of the script. RETURN VALUES
Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure. PHP Documentation Group NSAPI_VIRTUAL(3)

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