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comment How do I load this .NET DLL into the Global Assembly Cache for COM access?
I found other references to this NETFX 4.0 folder, but my machine doesn't have the directory. Let me run through the install again to make sure it was a full one.
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comment How do I load this .NET DLL into the Global Assembly Cache for COM access?
@BrentPabst I am sure my target platform is x64. I even ran corflags.exe on the DLL and the 32BIT flag is not set. When I drag this DLL to the C:\windows\assembly folder on the server, I get an hour glass for a moment. I never see any item in the directory listing afterwards.
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comment How do I load this .NET DLL into the Global Assembly Cache for COM access?
@BrentPabst All the Application Pools in IIS show v4.0, and when I right click My Computer and choose Properties it says 64-bit operating system next to System type.
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comment How do I load this .NET DLL into the Global Assembly Cache for COM access?
@BrentPabst I tried dragging the DLL into that folder, but it doesn't seem like anything happened. Should I be able to see it in there?
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comment Task Scheduler offers download of .asp script instead of running it
thanks for looking, kyle. i provided an answer below--i figured out how to do this by renaming the .asp file to .vbs.
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answered Task Scheduler offers download of .asp script instead of running it
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comment Why can't PHP script write a file on server 2008 via command line or task scheduler?
i posted on stackoverflow, and i got a good answer there: stackoverflow.com/questions/2812057/…
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comment Why can't PHP script write a file on server 2008 via command line or task scheduler?
Thanks for considering my issue.
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comment Why can't PHP script write a file on server 2008 via command line or task scheduler?
I believe the only part of the code that isn't working is the file creation. This is what happens after the loop: $feedContent .= "</feed>"; sqlsrv_close( $conn ); echo "<p>feed built</p>"; $feedFile = "feed.xml"; $handler = fopen($feedFile, 'w'); fwrite( $handler, $feedContent ); fclose( $handler ); echo "<p>file published</p>"; I tried <code> tags. They didn't work. Sorry.
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comment Why can't PHP script write a file on server 2008 via command line or task scheduler?
Sure, let me figure out the best way to put code into my replies. The server is part of a domain. Windows Server Web edition SP1 64 bit. The code pulls inventory from SQL server, runs a loop to build an XML file for a third party. The task scheduler shows a time lapse of about a minute, which is how long the script takes to run in a browser.