Prior to the version upgrade, I was using the standard in PHP,
It was working great. I did not want to use the ExeOutput method for storage because I also run this application on the web, so I am keeping the PHP (7.1) as clean as possible. Now, I am getting no SESSION files put into “…/mystoragedir” (example). As I mentioned, my coding in my scripts has worked perfectly through all ExeOutput versions since early 2017.
Can you help me understand what to do to use the simple, clean PHP session_save_path("…/mystoragedir") function.
Thank you! That put me on the right track. I am still going to need to manipulate the $_SERVER[‘DOCUMENT_ROOT’] … in the ExeOuput EXE it throws “DATA” into the string … in my local web set up it only shows “C:\inetpub\wwwroot” … so in one case I will need to strip something out … the other I will need to add in my directory. When this goes out to clients on different platforms, that will get edgy. That is why I was hoping for a solution to simply using the session_save_path("…/mystoragedir")
Thanks for your help … I will keep digging around before I have to do all that hacking
Same for me. Had to convert many projects after release of 2018 version.
Above my knowledge (I always tap my husbands brain or stackoverflow for more complex PHP / javascipt) but maybe you can take advantage of fact exeout uses “heserver” for domain name. If your project is detects “heserver” use one folder location, it not use another location. May not even be possible, but thought would throw it out there:)