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Default Virtual Include PHP file in HTML

I need to do a virtual include of a PHP file on one of my HTML pages. Is this possible, and if so, how do I go about it? What this PHP file does is searches a DB for ecommerce catalog entries and lists the entries that match pre-determined criteria. I can get it to work in Perl, but haven't been able to in PHP.
Here is the virtual include statement I use:



So in this case, the PHP script looks for entries that have "Food+Safety" in the title or description, a ProductType of "Product" and a Category of "Book".

Suggestions? Comments? Verbal Abuse?

-aingalsbe


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