Msg#: 4257890 posted 10:15 pm on Jan 31, 2011 (gmt 0)
Since you used the term "call," I assume that you want control to return to .htaccess after the script runs.
You can use a rewritemap in .htaccess to do this, but the RewriteMap must be defined at the server config level.
Otherwise, consider calling the script, and then (because the script won't "return" to .htaccess), implement all remaining functions in the script itself -- possibly duplicating the functions in your .htaccess file. For example, an internal rewrite in .htaccess can be replaced with an include (require directive) in a script.
Msg#: 4257890 posted 6:58 pm on Feb 7, 2011 (gmt 0)
> I would like for the htaccess file to continue through its lines after triggering the php file.
This requires that you define a RewriteMap in the server configuration file, which you can then call from .htaccess. See mod_rewrite RewriteMap, specifically the documentation showing a script as the map-type, for more info.