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Can't get #include to work

Posted on 2003-11-25
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I have an HTML page, test.html:

<HTML>
<Body>
Test Page<BR><BR>

<!--#include file="test.inc" -->

</Body>
</HTML>

This will not work for the life of me and I don't get why.  There IS a file called test.inc present in the current directory.  I've tried FILE and VIRTUAL with and without relative and absoltute filenames, differently named files, text only and heml content... and I can't get any results beyond the heading.  Usually the result is:

Test Page
</HT

What stupid thing am I missing?

Thanks!
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Question by:tomrwilson
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ADSaunders earned 200 total points
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Hi tomrwilson,
Doesn't the file need to an https or asp (jsp ....) before server side includes are acted on?

Cheers! .. Alan
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by:tomrwilson
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Yes, I just figured it out and was deleting the question; you must have answered seconds before I triedthe deletion.  Oh well, enjoy and thanks. :)
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