I only fopen my file once...

My program checks if there is a specific session cookie.  If not (it's a new
user that browse the site) I set a cookie and try to store the unique ID of
this user (other cookie) in a file with a timestamp to track which user came
and when (+ nb of times...).  That's where I use my fopen() then I fclose
the file.  The fopen("...", "a") creates the file if it's not already there
but once it's created, it cannot append a new line (User;timestamp) to this
file : "Error : File exists".


"Kurt Lieber" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit dans le message news:
> On Sunday 28 October 2001 06:41 pm, you wrote:
> > Is it possible to solve this problem or it's a feature in PHP?
> If I understand your problem, you are trying to open the same file twice.
> I'm not sure why you would want to do that, but assuming you have a good
> reason, you need to make sure you fclose($filename) before you try to
> fopen($filename) again.  Otherwise, PHP maintains the file open for
> (and writing, if that's how you opened it.)
> hth
> --kurt

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