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    Is it possible to use PHP extensions on the template files?

    I have header and footer "inc" I'd like to use.

    Also, consistently I'm getting 10 records done in 2 minutes. Is that about right?

    Thank,s April

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    why wouldn't it... if you build templates with inc headers and footers...

    this is what I plan to do...

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    Also, consistently I'm getting 10 records done in 2 minutes. Is that about righT?
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    1,000 Records per minute is what I am running on my laptop (ThinkPad T30).

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    Something may be wrong if you are getting that build rate (10/2 minutes).

    Should be much faster.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by aprillougheed:
    Is it possible to use PHP extensions on the template files?

    I have header and footer "inc" I'd like to use.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    WebMergedoes provide a WM-Include tag, but it uses a form much closer to the simpler syntax of FileMaker Pro rather than PHP.

    If that doesn't do what you need feel free to suggest a new tag with the syntax you'd like. Everything in the program since v1.0 has been driven by customer requests like yours.

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Also, consistently I'm getting 10 records done in 2 minutes. Is that about right?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Definitely not normal, as WebMerge generally takes far less that a second per page (often just 1/10 of a second or less).

    In cases where I've seen unusual processing times it's usually been theresult of an incorrectly-written tag in a template, or inappropriate delimiter settings in WebMerge's Sources tab. Please double check those, and if you don't find thesource of the trouble please drop me a note. If you write, please include the sytstem profile information you can get in one quick step from Help-&gt;System Info.

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