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June 21, 2007, 11:13 am
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I have been using opendir and scandir, but I want to try something
Idea: using dir, and a) getting the result b) saving it as a file.
As I have problems with executing files directly, it create a bat file
and executes that.
I can execute command, but by some reason I dont get any response (it
should return something, and I get "")
The missing response is why I create a file.
I create the file on the network ( \server\somewhere ) like this
dir "\server\somewhere\filesdir\" >"\server\somewhere\result.txt"
Here is the odd thing: dir cannot read from the network - the bat file
is created there, it creates the result.txt file, but emtpy as it
cannot read from the network. Reading from c:\ and it works.
Did I miss something here?
Re: PHP and exec(dir)
I assume (based on the directory structure) that you are running this
Our php runs on FreeBSD Unix & has direct access to & can work
interactivly with the Operating System.
Perhaps you could create the batch file to access the network drives,
& have PHP output to a local (writable) text file. What are the
folder level access permitions that this script is trying to read from
& write to?