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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: IIS problem or what?

    On my computer I get filename and this work fine bu on server of my host I get null value :-(.

    What's wrong, can my host setup this correctly or what?
    Thank you.

    Source:
    <%
    Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.ileSystemObject")
    Set folder = fso.GetFolder(Server.Mappath("\pictures\big"))
    Set files = folder.Files

    For Each file in Files
    IF LEFT(rsArtikal.Fields.Item("Slika").Value, LEN(rsArtikal.Fields.Item("Slika").Value)-4) = LEFT(file.NAME,LEN(file.Name)-4) THEN%>
    <a class="linkp" target="openNew" href="pictures\big<%=file.Name%>">Open additional picture</a>

    <%
    END IF
    Next
    Set files = folder.Files
    et file = Nothing
    Set fso = Nothing %>

  2. #2
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    try change both values to uppercase before comparing them. The comparison that you are doing is case sensetive.

    You can easily figure out if it is working by outputting both values to the screen to see if they are correct. If they are not correct, then there is your problem. If it is correct, then you problem lies elsewhere in your code.

    Nothing more we can help you with now. It is all you.

  3. #3
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    This won't help with your current problem, but might I suggest this change... instead of
    Code:
    For Each file in Files
    IF LEFT(rsArtikal.Fields.Item("Slika").Value, LEN(rsArtikal.Fields.Item("Slika").Value)-4) = LEFT(file.NAME,LEN(file.Name)-4) THEN%>
    <a class="linkp" target="openNew" href="pictures\big<%=file.Name%>">Open additional picture</a>
    
    <%
    END IF
    Next
    try...
    Code:
    recordName = LEFT(rsArtikal.Fields.Item("Slika").Value, LEN(rsArtikal.Fields.Item("Slika").Value)-4)
    For Each file in Files
    IF LEFT(recordName = LEFT(file.NAME,LEN(file.Name)-4) THEN%>
    <a class="linkp" target="openNew" href="pictures\big<%=file.Name%>">Open additional picture</a>
    <%
    END IF
    Next
    or something close to that (haven't checked the syntax). Basically take that first left bit out of the file loop....

  4. #4
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    No, the problem isn't in the code.

    Simly on hosting server the code doesn't return value file.Name, I have try with

    Response.Write(file.Name)

    almost on every part of code :-(.
    And on my computer works just fine.

    Hm....

  5. #5
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    I wasn't suggesting it was. You should read my reply, understand what it says and then reply....

    The answer to your problem is (most likely) that you are running into a permissioning problem where the user that you are running IIS as does not have access to the correct files, or alternatively that functions such as Server.MapPath have not been enabled on the server or that parent paths have not been enabled on the server or something similar....

    The reason I didn't give this answer is because it normally results in futher questions like "help, how do I check all of this" and I really don't have the time to go through it all.

    The suggested code change below is to stop you constantly redoing a calculation that will not change during the process you have shown.

  6. #6
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    Sorry Rockslide, I understand your previous answer and thank you for suggestion.

    My reply was to thele, sorry one more time.
    Thank you.
    Last edited by dove_g; 04-20-04 at 04:17.

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