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Jestah
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From: Long Island, NY
Insane since: Jun 2000

posted posted 05-02-2002 00:45

Using Perl and CGI, I was asked to create a script to upload different files for some E/N website. The webmaster was pretty happy with it but he wants to know if I could create another file, again using Perl & CGI, to display all the uploaded information. He wants it to display the file name, file type, uploader, size, date, and time it was uploaded.

Although it's a freebie and he told me not to stress over it, it kind of bothers me that I can't write this script. Does anyone know how I would go about displaying this uploaded information? Any help is always much appreciated.



Thanks in advance

-Jestah

InI
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posted posted 05-02-2002 01:02

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bitdamaged
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posted posted 05-02-2002 01:06

some of this stuff you can get to easily using the perl stat function. And or reading the directory (to get stuff like the file's name)

Some of this stuff though you are going to have to record somwhere. For example if by uploader you mean the user who uploaded it then you will have to store that in a txt file somewhere (cgi scripts are all run by the default webuser so this data isn't recorded in the filesystem). Easiest way to do this is probably create a text file that lives in the directory that saves some info and use the filesystem data for the rest.





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mr.maX
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posted posted 05-02-2002 07:37

Jestah, since Bitdamaged explained pretty much everything what you need to do, I'll just add the link to explanation of stat() function: http://www.perldoc.com/perl5.6/pod/func/stat.html


Jestah
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From: Long Island, NY
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posted posted 05-02-2002 19:31

This is great. Thanks alot guys, I appreciate it.

-Jestah

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