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I think there is a conspiracy to keep me from coding. I spent a couple hours this morning working on getting things like login's and customer registration up and running. Almost there, got some weird issue with an include file...

I think there is a conspiracy to keep me from coding. I spent a couple hours this morning working on getting things like login's and customer registration up and running. Almost there, got some weird issue with an include file that's just driving me nuts. But I'm set for a day of coding when the phone rings. Sick child. The last few days I've been testing products and today it's a sick child. There is definitely a conspiracy out there to keep me from coding. All looks well with the applications at the moment, except for this weird PHP error I'm seeing. When the include is hardcoded, it works fine. When it's generated dynamically by WebSphere, it doesn't. That doesn't make sense. All the other includes generated by WebSphere work fine, but this one. It's the only one that takes a query and I'm beginning to suspect the query parameters as the problem. Hmmm....

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