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Bentley
Thu May 15 2008, 04:19PM
Guest Keep in mind this lgsl_file_path where the first / is erroneously omitted when used with PHP 4.3.9 only seems to be a problem when ran from shell (vs web browser). Interesting.

This edit to lgsl_class.php does resolve the command line execution but in turn breaks LGSL for use through web browser (added "/".): $lgsl_file_path = "/".lgsl_file_path();

If/until a solution is proposed I've worked around this issue by copying lgsl_class.php to a new file name for use with the command line queries via php

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Bentley
 

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