Hi Yue Teng,
Right click on the directory in Explorer and change the NTFS permissions as
appropriate. If you are not sure, set it to read/write Everyone. Best of
"Yue Teng" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Hi John,
> It could be a file permissions issue. I ran the script using PHP from
> XP's command prompt window and the output is fine. The problem
> occurs only when test.php is served by Apache.
> How should I grant the permissions? Do I modify php.ini or Apache's
> httpd.conf file?
> "John Lim" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > Hi
> > Looks like a file permissions problem perhaps. Grant access to the the
> > user or make the file public to everyone.
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