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    Query.php

    Hi my name is Bill and this is my first post. So I hope Ive got it the right spot.
    I am building a Article host site and purchased a script to run it.
    The problem I am having is I cant see the file Query.php I know I have downloaded this file because when I do a search it is where it is meant to be.
    But If I go to folder I cant see this file. Can any help me as this is very frustrating. When I run my site articlehaunt.com It says file query.php is missing. I cant see the file on my host site either. But I think it is there.
    TIA Bill

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    i could be wrong but i think u are indeed missing the file.

    i would say it would have been a conn.php file which most of us call it.
    anyway try and see if this works.

    call this file query.php
    PHP Code:
    <?

    $db_host 
    "localhost";
    $db_username "xxxx"//replace xxxx with username
    $db_password "xxx";  //replace xxxx with password
    $db_name "xxx";  //replace xxxx with DB name. usually username_dbname

    //////////////////////////

    $connection mysql_connect($db_host$db_username$db_password) or die(mysql_error());
    $db mysql_select_db($db_name$connection);

    ?>

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    OOOPS SORRY
    thats not the problem.
    just realized that there is a config.inc file in the include folder.

    disregard my previous post.

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    check ur pm. i have sent u a way to find out if file exists or not.

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    This is driving me crazy. I had someone email me the file. When I try saveing the file to a test folder it says do you wish to replace file. I go yes and then when I look in test folder there is no file. I check the properties of the folder it says it has no bytes. Could I please forward the email with the attached file and couls someone rename the extention and email it back to me.

    Or do query.php files have some special property that makes them dissappear.
    Please help


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