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How to schedule a PHP script?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by dubbelepunt, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. dubbelepunt

    dubbelepunt Guest

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    Hi,

    I want to run a PHP script with Scheduler, which should be possible according to the Plesk manual. When I call this script in the Scheduler commandline, it will not run.

    I found out that I should call php.exe with the -f option (is that right? :confused: ), to execute the script that way... BUT, I need to know the path to php.exe, and it doesn't seem to be at C:\PHP or C:\Program files\PHP...

    I'd like to know what exactly is the right way to call the script, and where to find php.exe

    Thanks!
     
  2. AbsolutelyFreeW

    AbsolutelyFreeW Guest

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    chance is permissions wouldnt allow it anyway. ask your host for help
     
  3. dubbelepunt

    dubbelepunt Guest

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    but what is the right way to call the script?
    I'd like to be sure I don't make any mistakes before I ask my host :)
     
  4. truthmonkey42

    truthmonkey42 Guest

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    if is a plesk 7.0 install it's likely off of the Plesk incantation...

    c:\program files\swsoft\plesk\php\

    or c:\plesk\php\

    or depends on where the installation root of Plesk is...

    -T42
     
  5. dubbelepunt

    dubbelepunt Guest

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    Thanks! PHP is located in c:\program files\swsoft\plesk\php\ indeed, works like a charm :)
     
  6. greco@

    greco@ Guest

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    Hi all (my first post in the forum).
    I add this tip:
    The php executable founded in "Program Files\SWsoft\Plesk\Additional\Php\" too

    If you need to pass parameters to the script try this as ARGUMENTS of the Exectutable file:

    c:\Inetpub\vhosts\yourdomain.com\httpdocs\script.php param1=Param+Number+One+value param2=Param+Number+Two+value

    Dont use & or ?, use spaces instead.

    Sorry for my bad english too :)
    Regards
     
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