Thank You Neil !

So if I write in a command like C:\php\php.exe C:\path\to\script.php in a
batch file, and have another batch file to run it at given time frames, then
the PHP file would make the updates and perform the functionalities that its
required to do, is it? coz what I have on my mind is that the tasks are run
and the functions are performed even if theres no one to run in the command,
that can be done right?

Vinay Kannan.

On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 5:40 PM, Niel Archer <n...@chance.now> wrote:

>  > Hi,
> >
> > I am developing a web application in PHP, the db is mysql.
> >
> > I want to develop something like a batch file, which would run everyday,
> > query mysql and throw the output to another table which would then
> perform
> > some additional functions.
> >
> > Is something like this possible?? i am working on windows thats why said
> a
> > batch,but not rigid about the batch, it cud even be Java.
>
> Not only possible but very simple. Just write the php as normal and use
> Windows' Scheduler to run it with something like:
>
> C:\php\php.exe C:\path\to\script.php
>
> I have several scripts like this scheduled to do basic maintenance work
> or carry out automated tasks.
>
> > Thanks,
> > Vinay
>
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