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Bug #8934 Execution of script aborted
Submitted: 2001-01-26 08:37 UTC Modified: 2001-03-02 23:12 UTC
From: sjrijk at yahoo dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: COM related
PHP Version: 4.0.3pl1 OS: Win 2000
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2001-01-26 08:37 UTC] sjrijk at yahoo dot com
The example (see below) from the PHP site to do some stuff with MS Word seems incompatible with IIS 5.0.

//<BEGIN_CODE>
$word=com_load("Word.application") or die("Cannot start word for you"); 
print "Loaded word version ($word->Version)\n"; 
$word->visible =1 ; 
$word->Documents->Add(); 
$word->Selection->Typetext("Dit is een test"); 
$word->Documents[1]->SaveAs("burb ofzo.doc"); 
$word->Quit();
//<END_CODE>

The same code has also been executed on (another) system runnig Win ME / Apache and does exactly what it's supposed to do.

Does this problem involves some kind of priviliges, not already documented?



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 [2001-01-26 16:06 UTC] derick@php.net
Can you elaborate some more? What exactly doesn't work then, does it crash, does it give you an error?
 [2001-01-29 17:04 UTC] phanto@php.net
use

$word = new COM("Word.application");

or use the

com_propget, com_propput, com_invoke functions after the print command.
 [2001-03-02 07:11 UTC] sjrijk at yahoo dot com
I've removed IIS 5.0 and replaced it with Apache 1.3.17; It now works like clockwork and w/o any alterations.

Seems my first hunch was right: The COM functions are not entirely compatible with IIS.

Maybe something to look into?

 [2001-03-02 23:12 UTC] phanto@php.net
works fine with iis and the latest cvs version.

 
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