"Alberto Serra" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Chris Earle wrote:
> > So my question is this: how do I get my script to have permissions to
> > or append to any file?
> Ask your sysadmin (I can almost bet the answer will be NO, I have to
> tell you).
> Apache should be running on your system as user nobody, and most
> probably does NOT have the permission to write anything at all (apart
> from file uploads).
Thank you for the reply (I don't speak or read Russian if that's what that
other stuff is). I forgot to mention that the server is a Win2k server with
IIS 5 running. Obviously I'm not the server admin (otherwise I would be
I hope that I can get permissions, but I bet you're right. Probably just
have to create a database, which I planned on doing (and know how to). I
really did want to use XML though, oh well.
Thanks for the response,
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