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  Subject: Changing output path
  Posted: 04/27/2004 at 7:55:38 am
  By: jonnyknock

I am running the script on a stupid server that will not allow anything but .cgi scripts to be run. As a result the .dat files won't open http://www.sandersongolf.com/cgi-bin/test.dat

How can I make it output to a normal directory?

Thanks in advance..



  Subject: Re: Changing output path
  Posted: 04/27/2004 at 8:45:14 am
  By: Seth Knorr

well the out put file or in this example: test.dat
is not a script, it is simply a file that is uploaded on the server that is written to from a cgi script. ALL SERVERS NO MATTER THE CONFIGURATION will be data file compliant, so long as the that file is set to file permissions of: read - write - executable FOR EVERYONE or 777.

If it is not set to 777 or read - write - executable FOR EVERYONE

Then it will not write to that file. If you are on a windows server you will need to have your host set these permissions, unless they give you a control pannel where as you can do it your self.

SOME HOST MAY SAY THIS IS IMPOSIBLE BECAUSE THEY DONT KNOW HOW TO DO IT, BUT JUST TO CLARIFY, ALL SERVERS ARE SUPPORTIVE OF THIS, JUST SO THAT PERMISSIONS ARE SET PROPERLY.

Seth



  Subject: Re: Changing output path
  Posted: 04/28/2004 at 2:07:31 am
  By: jonnyknock

Yeah I told them that, and they have a thing where you can't do 777. stupid eh!



  Subject: Re: Changing output path
  Posted: 04/28/2004 at 11:44:37 am
  By: Seth Knorr

What web hosting company are you using and what is the url to their web site.

Seth



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