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jtlyles

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  1. Thanks for this wonderful piece of software, US has made my life much easier with such a simple testing server. However, I am trying to run the following php function to no avail. <?php include('http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/current?format=rdb&site_no=01420500'); ?> Every time I try to run the include I receive a warning that states: "Warning: include() [function.include]: URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration in W:\www..." I assume there is a way to enable this function in one of the configuration files, is it in the Apche or PHP configurations? Could someone please let me know where to look and what to change? Thanks. James
  2. Thank you, you were correct! I have to point all the dynamic PHP links to the /www folder manually in Dreamweaver. For some reason it doesn't change the local links when it uploads to the localhost server, I think I read it was supposed to do this automatically. Thanks again for the help and such an easy to implement server technology!
  3. I'm new to webdesign and appoligize in advance if this question is totally inappropriate. I am using Uniserv 3.2a to develop a dynamic webpage in Dreamweaver MX 2004. After countless tries with the actual MySQL database and webpages not working I set up a simple test site. I created an extremly simple master.php page that displays a list of names and then a detai.php page that will return a single fact about the selected item on the master page. As far as I can tell the MySQl database is correct and functioning. The master.php page properly displays the list of items and passes the correct recordID in the html tag. Nevertheless, the detail page never loads. I always receive an error that the page is not found on the server. Is there a setting in Uniserv that needs to be turned on or adjusted so that these types of pages will display. Thank you for the help and I realize that the problem is likely elsewhere; but I am trying to rule out everything systematicly. James
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