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From: "Creative Solutions New Media" <csnmns.sympatico.ca>
Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2003 9:50 PM
Subject: [PHP] Calling to a page without having to load it
> I have a weird problem I was hoping someone could help with.
> I have a client who hosts a site on a standard server (No PHP et all)
> Currently he has some Flash based content. Within the Flash content I can
> call to PHP pages in another domain to push and pull data from a mySQL DB
> into the Flash App (Basically what I am doing is tracking page hits within
> the flash movie).
> However, now there are going to be some standard HTML pages as well (no
> Flash). I would like to be able to integrate the tracking system to(beyond> hits on those pages as well. Is there a way to do this externally (to
> launch a PHP script on another server without actually have to load a PHP
> I know this is a bit of a weird thing but if anyone has a suggestionit> telling the customer to spring for PHP access himself) I would appreciate> very much.
> Tim Winters
> Manager, Creative Development
> Sampling Technologies Incorporated (STI)
> W: 902 450 5500
> C: 902 430 8498
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