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I too think this would be the best way to do that.

Unless you secured your page well you could open yourself up to
something you might not like.

Bastien Koert wrote:
> What about just writing a batch script that opens the ftp services and
> sends the file?
> Bastien
>> From: "bedul" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> To: <php-windows@lists.php.net>,<php-db@lists.php.net>
>> Subject: [PHP-DB] auto upload
>> Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2007 12:03:48 +0700
>> this might a strange code i request, plz forgive my rudeness.
>> everyday i was update a doc where i always put on d:\report\today.xls
>> where
>> i use a simple upload document prog (inside only box for upload only? and
>> submit). the file i upload will save on file folder (inside the upload
>> folder)
>> today i want to skip that procedure.. i want to build this web where i
>> open
>> the site (http://server-e/upload/index.php) then click the
>> button/submit..
>> this button will triger action where i will upload the
>> d:\report\today.xls
>> file "without using browse/file input".
>> can u help me?? i do know about the unsafe that metodh.. thx for your
>> attention.
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