Problem with php-win.exe

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Problem with php-win.exe

Postby poopa » 13. December 2006 20:04

Hi,
I installed the latest XAMPP and I think something is wrong with the php-win.exe
when i run php-win -i in the command prompt i get no output.
shouldnt it output something?

any idea whats wrong?

u can see it here
http://docs.google.com/View?docid=d6wtmxg_11fsg8kv
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Postby Wiedmann » 13. December 2006 21:25

php-win ... shouldnt it output something?

No, this program have no output.
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Postby poopa » 13. December 2006 22:03

I could really use your help.
I am using TimeTrex application (timeTrex.com)
It's a freeware PHP application for time attendance and more.
I'm having problem running some php script, which their support team say should be run using php-win.exe.
When I run it I get no output. The support team say something is wrong with my PHP installation since I must get some kind of output when running php-win.exe

Something is weird here. I'm pretty sure they know what they are talking about.
here's the post:
http://forums.timetrex.com/viewtopic.php?p=451#451
Im would really appreciate any help.

Thanks
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Postby Izzy » 13. December 2006 22:13

http://us2.php.net/features.commandline

Note - XAMPP uses xampp\apache\bin\php.exe
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Postby poopa » 13. December 2006 22:52

I read it and I didnt make much of it.
I really don't know a lot about PHP.

I looked in my xampp\apache\bin\ folder and there is no php.exe there
this exe is in xampp\php\
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Postby Izzy » 13. December 2006 23:02

Try using php.exe in your script instead of php-win.exe and see if that fixes your issue.
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