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    What does this File Error mean ? ( no. 19 )

    Hi,

    I am running ZipArchive on a downloaded zipped file
    and I am getting An Error No. 19.

    My log gives this output:

    -Saved as file: /home/guru54gt5/public_html/sys/a_xml_file.zip
    -File size: 278528 bytes
    Found: /home/guru54gt5/public_html/sys/a_xml_file.zip
    Could not open /home/guru54gt5/public_html/sys/a_xml_file.zip
    Error # 19
    This is the script I am running:

    PHP Code:
    if (!class_exists('ZipArchive')) {
       
    write_log("Class ZipArchive not found\r\n");
         
       exit;
    } else {
        
    $zip = new ZipArchive;
    }

    if (!
    $file_zip) {
        
    write_log("Could not find  $file_zip\r\n Error # $err\r\n");  
        exit;
            } 
    else {
        
    write_log("Found: $file_zip\r\n");
        }

    if ((
    $err $zip->open($file_zip)) !== true) {
        
    write_log("Could not open  $file_zip\r\n Error # $err\r\n");  
        exit;
            } 
    else {
        
    write_log("File opened: $file_zip\r\n");
        } 
    This ZipArchive is working fine in a similar script that donsloads a different
    file. Does anyone know what Error # 19 means and how
    I can cure it ?


    Thanks



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