From:             [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Operating system: Win32 (2000)
PHP version:      4.0.6
PHP Bug Type:     Apache related
Bug description:  exec() function not working in Win32

- Standard Win32 PHP install
- Apache 1.3.20, Win32
- PHP running as a module
- Unix Tools running on Win32 platform



if ($query != "" || $query != NULL) {
        $do_time = time();
        $test = $do_time.".txt";
        exec("egrep -i $query c:/Apache/logs/access.log > 
        @$data=fopen("c:/Apache/htdocs/output/$test", "r");
        if (!@$data=fopen("c:/Apache/htdocs/output/$test", "r")) {

                echo("<font class=\"larger\">There May Have Been An Error With Your 
Query As No Output File Was Generated.<br>");
                echo("Please Check The Syntax Of Your Query.</font>");
        } else {
} else {
        echo("<font class=\"larger\">There Was No Query To Analyze.<br>");
        echo("Please Re-Enter Your Query.</font>");

exec("c:/Apache/htdocs/del.bat c:\Apache\htdocs\output\$test");


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