Thanks, i already solve that problem, but now i have
another...sorry...jejejeje.....

Look I need to change the permissions for the files, I use
$cmd = "chmod 644 $archivo";
system($cmd);

but I can do it, only the root can do that....you have an idea how I can
do it?

Thanks,

Carlos A. Castillo.
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-----Mensaje original-----
De: Burhan Khalid [mailto:phplistmeidomus.com]
Enviado el: martes, 08 de julio de 2003 11:03
Para: carlos castillo; [email]php-generallists.php.net[/email]
Asunto: Re[2]: [PHP] Read a file

On Tuesday, July 8, 2003, 6:52:56 PM, carlos wrote:

cc> But them how i can look for the tag i need if i have the file in an
cc> array, i need to read an xml file and extract the info between tags
cc> <password xx> and </password>.....

Well, I wish you would have said that earlier. Parsing XML files is
different than parsing text (or other files).

PHP has XML parsing built-in thanks to expat. More information on XML
support in PHP is at http://www.php.net/xml

I have written a tutorial at my website
<plug>http://www.meidomus.com/archives/000075.php</plug> that shows an
example of parsing
XML files in PHP. It does not use the XMLDOM extension. It might be of
help to you.

--
Regards,
Burhan Khalid
phplist[at]meidomus[dot]com
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