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  1. I have the large image file that I echo into a html page. I do the normal width and height but, the displayed image has lost all detail. I want an image that looks like a smaller version of the original. I am not sure if thumbnail will do the trick.
  2. apache is fine. Don't know of any blanks. I'll keep at it Thanks.
  3. I have my Apache 2.4 and PHP 7.1 up and running. Started coding my Database to find PDO is not enabled in PHP.INI. I have changed everything and restarted Apache but PDO remain blank. It almost looks like I am using the wrong PHP.ini file, but I have double and triple check that. I am at a lost. I have attached the ini file. php.ini.txt
  4. Have a question. I have a program running on my desktop that is client side of a program. Is it possible to run something like this on a Web Site??? Or at least run the program from the Web Site. It is a C+ program that installs the client on your desktop for use. I'm thinking not but what someone who know for sure to tell me. Thanks for any input you my have.
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    Reading a text file into HTML Table with PHP

    Thanks for the help. I still can not get the HTML Table to echo out to the browser. It will display the Table Header stuff and that's all. Any suggestions???
  6. Okay I don't mind telling you I am very perplexed on how to read a text file delimited with TAB into a HTML Table using PHP. I don't know where to begin, I have read about 12 examples and get more confused each time. I hope someone can help me. I am looking to read this delimited (TAB) file skipping the first line and reading array's 2,5,6,7,8,9, and 10, then displaying in a HTML Table. Corresponding Headers would be nice. The php file does not work at the present because I am trying to read the array sections by row. Thank You in advance ParseText.php JimTest.txt
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    PHP using ADO can not open files on server

    No it is not open Yes I went in the security settings and allow all. I do know on another php project I had to add set ini set ('memory limit', '-1'). Which I added here with no change. I have a VBA project and have no problems accessing the text files from the server.
  8. I am have trouble trying to open my ACCESS Database on my company server. I can open my Database on my desktop. I can open the ACCESS Database on the server directly. When I run my php script I get a FATAL Error say Uncaught exception, it is already open exclusively by another user, or you need permission to view its data.
  9. Are () allowed in a directory path string of a variable I have the following. It is not working and the only thing I can think of is the (2) is not being read properly. \\s-fs2\document control\(2) M200\
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    Zip dll

    OMG I was changing the wrong php ini file. I was changing the php.ini and not the php. Thanks Mac_gyver !!!!!!!!!!
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    Zip dll

    here I have the php_zip.dll in the c:\php\ext.... I tried moving to C:\php and no results... Apache 2.2 I have the directory set to c:\php\ext with the extension unsemicoloned.. actually I had to add the extension. the 227 error is present in the Apache error log it might be the wrong ini file,,, but I am changing php.ini in my C:\php, I think this is the correct file. What so confusing is this is a no brainer something so easy...
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    Zip dll

    The php_zip.dll is in c:\php\ext. I have tried moving it to c:\php with no luck. I have put quotes around it and removed with no change. this is so simple what am I missing
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    Zip dll

    I can not get the php_zip.dll set. here is what I have in my ini extension=php_zip.dll extension_dir = "C:\php\ext" This should work but it does not. I am trying to get PHPExcel to run.

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