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  1. I have two functions that execute an exe program (personal project for a minecraft back end.) Windows only. First one will execute the sending of commands (THIS ONE WORKS) /* check to see if admin is sending commands to terminal via web */ if(isset($_POST['command'])) { $content = $_POST['command']; writeMCCommandTxt($content); try { exec(SERVER_DIR.'mcCommand.exe',$output); } catch ( Exception $e ) { die ($e->getMessage()); } }// END COMMAND ENTRY This has been a head scratcher for most the week - any help or suggestions would be great!! thanks!! HTML <div id="commands"> <div id="command_input"> <form method="post" id="commandForm" action="index.php"> <label for="command" >Console Command:</label><br/> <input type="text" name="command" autofocuS/> <input type="submit" name="submit_command" value=" >> " /> &nbsp; <input type="button" value="Refresh page" onclick="location.reload(true);" /> </form> </div> </div> This is used to start the server // STARTING SERVER if(isset($_POST['startServerBtn'])){ try { exec(SERVER_DIR.'startServer.bat 2>&1' ,$output); } catch( Exception $e ) { die ($e->getMessage()); } } HTML <div id="server_control"> <ul> <li> <form action="index.php" method="post"> <input type="submit" value="START" id="startServerBtn" name="startServerBtn"/> </form> </li> </ul> </div> MCCOMMANDS.EXE will work from both browser(php) and file manager(tested) the STARTSERVER.EXE will NOT work from browser(php), but will work from file manager The function IS being accessed - debug is showing it going there, and it seems to be running Both exe's are in the same folder
  2. Hi all, I am trying to pass 4 variables from one php page to another php page containing a google maps api. The variables I am passing are geo coordinates. at the end I want to show the map on my php page however I am struggling with linking php and javascipt together. This is what I have so far: external function page: http://pastebin.com/NAKHmKxW [PART OF MAIN PHP PAGE] <div class="row"> <?php include_once("function_maps.php"); initMap($latitude, $longitude,$row['Latitude'],$row['Longitude']); ?> </div>
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