or can I copy a file doing something like:
copy file to http://user:[EMAIL PROTECTED]/blah?
well, I think you need a path instead of a webadress
----- Original Message -----
From: Grant Johnson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: koelwebdesign <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2001 9:43 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] file upload, again
> The web server user needs to have access to that directory. On NT,
> there are 2 of these users. On *nix, there is one. Giving these users
> access to write to that directory is not a huge risk.
> koelwebdesign wrote:
> >hi there,
> >I've searched the lists and forums for a couple of days now but nope...
> >when I upload a file all is well, it get stored in the tmp directory, the
> >filename and path get stored in the mysql database, however, it won't
> >to the desired directory unless I give everyone write permissions to that
> >directory. offcourse I don't like this.
> >How do I tell php to use my username and password when copying the file
> >the tmp dir to the desired dir?
> >Do I really have to make an ftp connection first? or is there a more
> >How do you upload all those pictures to the webserver?
> >Leo Kuiper
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