<% set fs=Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") If fs.FileExists("index.stm") Then CODE HERE Else CODE HERE End If %>
The problem is this: fs.FileExists("index.stm") always evaluates to false, even though I'm staring at the file "index.stm" as I type. In fact, I can open the file just fine, using the OpenTextFile() method. Checking to see if the file even exists is the problem. Anybody have any ideas?
I have searched through the threads relating to FileExists, and have not found an answer (I did find one that dealt with using the FileExists method on a remote server, but that's not quite what I need to do.)
The script searches for all pictures in a particular folder on the server. The current script uses m:... as the path. The site will be transferred to a new host, and onto a shared server (so no more m:).
I have an asp template with tons of code in it. I want it to be saved into an HTML page once it is done generating the asp page. however the only way i have found possible is by inserting objTextStream.Writeline "<code here>" into every single line of html. Is there no faster way to generate an ASP page into html?
I am trying to access remote directories using the filesystemobject and ASP. This only seems to work when the security is set to anonymous. However, I want to connect to the remote server and pass through the users credentials rather than the "connect as" anonymous credentials. The web server is 2003 and running IIS6.
I am trying to use the Filesystem Object to create a folder but I cannot get the code to process. Every time I try to view the code in the browser it takes a very long time for it to think and then times out.
I have the permissions set correctly on the folder (I think) I have given IUSR_Machine acct full access as well as the ASPNET machine account. Here is my code:
I can successfully copy file from server1 to server4 but am not able to copy file from server2 to server4
If I use the code to check for file on server 4 ie If Fileexists(server4filename) then response.write("File exists") else response.write("File Does not exist") end if If I run this code from server1 I get file exists
But if I run the same code from server2 I get file does not exist.
I am logged on as the same user.
Could anyone PLEASE let me know what is the difference on both the servers ie. server 2 and server1.
It became clear to me that using a Request.Form object doesnt work after a Request.BinaryRead. I never had to deal with the BinaryRead Object Method, so this is quite new for me.
I'm using a script to upload files to my server (this script uses the Request.BinaryRead). Besides the file, users submit there name and a checkbox (if checked of course). I want to use the data submited by the user, but the Request.Form object doesnt work .how can i access the tekstfield and checkbox, if cant use the Request.Form object?The answer will be simple probably, but my searches on google didn't give me an answer.
I am writing a VBS File Which will Take Data from an SQL Database and put it into a text file. I am getting an error on: myFile.Write NewLine (myFile is set to FSO.CreateTextFile, and NewLine is the text I am trying to write)
I have found this error is being produced When I try to "write" this text from the database:
<p><b>Moviní On Printed Throw Blanket</b></p><p>
The Problem is on this "Square" Charecter. I used the Asc() Function and got the Charecter value as 63, and Did a replace on it and it still does not work. I don't know how this charecter got in the database in the first place. I don't know if that charecter will show up correctly on this forum. But the character just looks like an empty box.
Is there a way to determin if the email message was sent? I have a numnber of applications that use CDONTS to send mail from both ASP and ASPX pages. If the server is down mail does not get sent. I do not see a way to determine this by code. Does anyone know of a way?
I wanted to add this method to my .asp page in order to dynamically choose a page based upon some selection criteria. It's in my .asp book and in the online reference. Yet when I use this object, the following error returns in the browser:
Error Type: Microsoft VBScript runtime (0x800A01B6) Object doesn't support this property or method: 'Response.Redirect' /testwebs/choose.asp, line 22
What is missing from my IIS libraries in order to use have this method supported?
Can't get this to work. I'm creating a workaround for the absence of aspJPEG on my server. I'm using aspUpload but my server only uses aspThumb. After aspThumb optimizes the original pic the file size changes and I need to reflect that change. When using aspUpload I can reference it's built in File object references but they only refer to the "original" file. There's an easy solution when using aspJPEG but not with aspThumb so I'm trying to get the "new" picture size using a scripting object with this script but I'm getting this error.
Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a01b6'
Object doesn't support this property or method: 'objPictureSize.Size'
/admin/media_upload_picture_process.asp, line 107 ....
I simply want to verify the existance of a file on the server,
if the file Exists do something on the client side otherwise Stop executing and reload the main page (login).
To get the response of the FileExists I use a ShowModalWindow from a VBS call. The value returned works fine but only the FIRST time that it is called. Only if I restart the IE I get the correct response from FileExists. It seems a session related problem, infact the modal window has always the same session ID (unless IE is restarted). "Session.abandon" in the modal window code didn'T help.
I have been messing with FSO.FileExists for a while and have been looking into its limitations. On our server, we operate our directory in:
and inside that directory is a VIRTUAL DIRECTORY by the name of employeeImages which maps to
IS the same thing as saying
The problem is, that when I set that path to a variable, called strPath and perform the following:
blnExists = FSO.FileExists(strPath)
it KEEPS returning as FALSE. So I had it output strPath. Sure enough it was the URL shown above. I cut and paste that into a window's location bar and boom, I'm taken RIGHT to the image.
So I'm thinking "Ok, FSO is a FILE SYSTEM OBJECT. Maybe it's limitations mean that it can only look at the local filesystem? Maybe it cannot see across a networked device? Maybe it cannot work with virtual directories?" I've done some looking around and cannot find any pages on limitations of FSO.
how to use FileExists to check to see if a file exists on a local server BUT what if I want to check if a file exists on a remote server (webserver)? If I enter "http://domainname/folder/image.jpg" it always returns false.
When a file is local to the ASP application, I can use the following code to test if the file exists:
Dim strFileName, blnFileExists, objFSO
strFileName = Server.MapPath( "MyFiles est.doc" )
Set objFSO = Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") blnFileExists = objFSO.FileExists( strFileName ) Set objFSO = Nothing
But if "MyFiles" resides on another server and I set up a virtual directory in my ASP app to reference to it (e.g. "MyFiles est.doc" resolves to server2F$MyFilesest.doc), the code would return False even if the file exists on the other server.
The jist of what i want is the obj.FileExists (how it checks for a file on the server) for the client machine.
The client will be scanning something that will put a pdf file into a shared folder on their machine (it will be the same path for all clients). I need to get the code* to pull that file so that i can take the data on the pdf.
Is there anyway I can get the information about a file on the local machine of a user that is reading pages from my web site? Scripting.FileSystemObject does not have permission to do this, and I want to check the size of a file before I try to get it uploaded.
I want to move/copy/create/delete a file to/from the network folder, mypcmyshare through filesystemobject, and this shared folder has its own security setting. How can I specify the valid user info in order to make change to this network folder? Or is there any other better way to serve this purpose?
i have an ASP Page that generates a PDF document. After the generation i save the generated document as a file. all works fine.the only strange thing is, that my document is stored twice on the filesystem.
I have got a problem wit da FILESYSTEM in ASP coding. Before I use window 98 installing PWS. Everything works fine....
And now, I use Window XP professional ( Laplop ), everything is updated ( Service Pack, .NET component, ASP.net stuff...
All my ASP code with FileSystem which used to be properly ran cant be executed on my XP server.
There is no message error on da page, but the browser icon keeps spinning and da content is blank, it means u dont see anything happens. I wanna ensure dat all da code is right, cos it work properly with PSW and other servers. I even tested with a simple code, but It still doesnt work..... Code:
I want to write a script that can read and write files to a place on a network file-server. Since the machine-local IUSR is not a domain user, it cannot access the resource.I want to provide IUSR limited access to a particular place on the file server.
Can anyone help me think of a reasonably secure work-around to this issue. We tried creating a virtual directory that points to the share(using a domain account), but even then, site users can see the files (no security), but the fso (IUSR) cannot (no functionality). There must be a way.
We are using .net 1.1 on windows 2003 server. This is we are facing in our production server.
When we are doing the load testing we are getting the bellow error. While the load testing this error is not coming frequently. When we run 20 threads for 3 mins we are getting this error message 2 or 3 times. But this line of code is executed by all the threads. Code:
I want to open a recordset object on an .asp page. When I open the recordset I would like to use a stored procedure that expects a parameter to be passed for the stored procedure. I will then use the recordset to loop thru the recordset, update values from the recordset and then update the database by passing parmeters to another stored procedure.
I would like to use the recordset object but can it be used to pass a parameter to a stored procedure? Do I need to use a command object to open the records instead in order to pass the parameter to a stored procedure?