Re: Command line cannot fwrite, browser can
- From: Jerry Stuckle <jstucklex@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2011 20:35:40 -0400
On 6/17/2011 5:22 PM, Adrienne Boswell wrote:
Okay, I give up! I pulled the very last hair out of my head, and now I
am asking for help.
This is a Win2003 SP2 server running Plesk PHP5 on Microsoft-IIS/6.0.
Why am I using PHP on Win? The main application was written in Classic
ASP, hence the Windows server. I need to run a script from the command
line so I can call it with the task manager to run every night.
Using the command line, the script gives a warning, and then fails saying
it cannot write to a file. Using a browser, the script works flawlessly.
I am thinking it might be a permission issue? I checked and IUSER the
DOMAIN USER, SYSTEM and Administrator have full permissions on the file
(s) in question. Is there another user I should be including? The batch
file is running as Administrator.
The other issue is that the file giving a warning IS on the server. All
the other files mentioned are found without a problem - and again this
only happens with the command line.
This is the error I am getting:
Warning: file_get_contents(groupmail1_noname.txt): failed to open stream:
No such file or directory in C:\Inetpub\vhosts\aloyaltycard.com\httpdocs
\groupmail\groupmail.php on line 88
cannot write to groupmail.html
<lots of other stuff snipped>
Classic windows permission issue. First of all, ensure you're writing to the file you think you are (i.e. use absolute paths, etc.). Then try a windows-related newsgroup.
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JDS Computer Training Corp.
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