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    lagc
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    Dear friends

    I'm starting with PHP, and I have any questions:

    How interchange the values of global variables between different files of php's scripts?

    By example
    in file bdgeo.php3
    $bd contains the link to an open data base
    this file call to other file named b1.php3
    in file b1.php3
    $db is unknow!

    I think that the connection to the database should make only one time, in first script. In other way, How I maintain active the database connection among the different pages?

    Can somebody help me?

    Thank you
    Luis A. Gonzalez
    BCN
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    jpenix
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    Nope, you have to re-establish the database connection on the next page. In the background, PHP may be using a persistent connection, but that depends on configuration.

    Easiest way to do this is make an include file that has the database connection command(s) and then 'require("<file>.inc"); at the top of each script that needs a database.

    Then if anything ever changes (location of DB, name, etc), you only have to change the parameters once...

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