lol, well then I can only tell you from experience that sometimes when I have the permissions set up correctly the host either resets them or screws something up, and I have to go back and set the permissions again. thats why I said ask them, I figured they would know.
Things tend to not "magically" break. Something has changed since the last time you ran the script.<BR><BR>Check the permissions, make sure the database isn't corrupt, pray to the chicken gods.<BR><BR>.d
It is always a good idea to place the database file in its own folder. This way, you can set permissions for both the file and folder correctly. The reason the folder permissions are important is the fact that this database file could be updated. Folder permissions will restore the file permissions if the file is updated, and manual settings for this file won't need to be done every time an update is done.<BR><BR>Paulee