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From André Warnier>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Can't Insert Row Into a SQLite DB on server
Date Sun, 08 Feb 2009 00:40:07 GMT
I was only trying to suggest, gently, that when you post on a list 
looking for help, you might want to add at least some information about 
the environment you are using, like which kind of system, which version 
of Apache, etc..
People may want to help you, but you cannot expect them to guess this 
kind of stuff.

Anyway, your problem below sounds very much like a simple permissions 
problem.  The user under which the Apache server is running probably 
does not have write permissions to your SQL folder.
Before you go ahead and give him that though, you may want to think 
about the security implications.
There is a reason why usually Apache runs as a user-id that does not 
have access to everything, and that is because any process started by 
Apache then has those same permissions.

Akbar wrote:
> Yes Apache 1.3.
> André Warnier wrote:
>> Akbar wrote:
>>> Hi. I have a SQLite db file in the same folder with ps.php file. 
>>> ps.php can read from the database file but it cannot write to it.
>>> Is there a way to write to this file. The exact same php code works 
>>> when it's not on the server. Thanks.
>> What server ? Apache ?

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