troubleshooting Question

Get file names from HTTP header

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I'm sure someone has done this.

What I need to do is be able to connect to 2 different MySql databases on the same site.  The php/html is going to be the same.  My partner want's to change the data in his side of the site.

It's set up to load different databases on different servers and this does work.

Is there a way that I can get the info from the header on the web browser and then determine what data base that I should open?
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