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Getting permission denied error with Kill

Hi ,
I am writing a log file handling program. I am using the ''Kernal32'' function lopen and lclose for calculating the size of file .
I am zipping file and want to delete a old log file but when i am deleting the file with
Kill ''C:demo_logfilelog estlog.log'' I am getting permission denied error.

Please Help me !!!!

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  • tejashree_lo Jun 22, 2009

    Yes I did..



    Public Function GetLogFileSize(FilePath As String) As Double
    Dim Pointer As Long
    Dim sizeofFile As Long
    Pointer = lOpen(FilePath, OF_READ) 'size of the file
    sizeofFile = GetFileSize(Pointer, lpFSHigh)
    GetLogFileSize = sizeofFile '& " bytes" 'lclose Pointer
    End Function



    this is the function which I am using to calaulate the size of file...

  • tejashree_lo Jun 22, 2009

    Yes i did...

  • tejashree_lo Jun 22, 2009

    it is read only..

    but when I clear the check box of read only, next time its again becoming read only(without running program also)



    its not allowing me to remove the read-only permission.

    I have system administrator rights

  • tejashree_lo Jun 22, 2009

    Its not allowing me to remove read-only permission

  • tejashree_lo Jun 22, 2009

    "Use simple file sharing" was already unchecked ....



  • tejashree_lo Jun 22, 2009

    I am using VB 6.0

    I have to write script for deleting the file , I cant delete it manually ....



    Is there any other way to delete a file except Kill..

  • tejashree_lo Jun 23, 2009

    Thanks :)

  • tejashree_lo Jun 23, 2009

    Hiiii,

    I have another problem..

    I want to create a folder in registry and read and write from the registry using VB 60

    Please Help!!!!!!!!!

  • tejashree_lo Jun 23, 2009

    Hiiii,

    I have another problem..

    I want to create a folder in registry and read and write from the registry using VB 60

    Please Help!!!!!!!!!

  • tejashree_lo Jun 23, 2009

    Thanx a lot :)

    Actually i hav to pass source file path and destination file path to registry(In some folder) and want to read those paths from the registry...

  • tejashree_lo Jun 24, 2009

    Hiii

    What is mnuMRU?



    I want to create a folder in registry and save source and destination file path..



    I have tried below but its not working



    SaveSetting App.Title, "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\MyTestKey", "Testlog", "C:\demo_logfile\Testlog"


    GetSetting App.Title, "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\MyTestKey", "Testlog", "C:\demo_logfile\Testlog"



    I have to write a script so I am not using Dialog box, i have to directly get the source and destination file path from registry..



    PLs Pls Help me ..its being long time I am doing this ....

    Pls provide solution ....

  • tejashree_lo Jun 24, 2009

    Thanks a lot :):)

    I will try this.

  • tejashree_lo Jun 29, 2009

    Hiii Again ,

    How can I have the VB 6.0 program wait until a shell command is finished????

    I am writing a function to zip a file and just below that I have written KILL command to delete the originol file. but its not waiting for the zip to finish and it is deleting the log file which i have to zip .



    Plzzzzz provide the solution


  • tejashree_lo Jun 29, 2009

    Can i use some API to know wether Zip file is created or not ???

    PLzzzzzz help me its very URGENT

  • tejashree_lo Jun 30, 2009

    Hii..

    My PM told me to find some WinZip API and want me to get something return when the file is zipped..I searched but i didnt find any API related to WinZip which perform the Zip..



    Plz reply.



    how can i directly mail u ??

  • tejashree_lo Jun 30, 2009

    Thanks a lot :)

    It was really helpful .



    instead of replying to the same mail how can i ask something directly to u ?

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Did u close the opened handle? after calculation?

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 22, 2009

    check whether the file is accessed by some part of ur program. if not go to the file and check properties to verify whether its read only or go to security tab and check whether u hv permission

  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 22, 2009

    welll that's fine. Its an obvious thing :) have you tried to delete the file manually? Do it and see.
    If you don't have security tab in properties, get my computer and then go to Tools->Folder Options->view->Remove the tick for "Use simple file sharing(the very last option)"
    Then go to that tab and check whether your account is there with full permissions


  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 22, 2009

    Open the file with full permission and then do your work. (if the handles are closed using Cose() on the stream objects...Don't open the file as read only.
    Try to delete the log file manually. Where did u create the file? Read only attribute is sometimes set to protect files. Its a normal thing. Specially for log files. You can create the file without the attribute using FileAttributes.Normal. But its fine to make it as read only coz its a log file.
    . I think you are using this namespace already
    System.IO.FileAttributes
    I still think that there is a process which still locks your file.


  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 22, 2009

    u need a script
    ok
    Go to this link
    Thanks
    I m in a hurry that's y I got late to reply you
    Please rate the answer
    :)



  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 23, 2009

    ah that's easy I ll post it

  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 23, 2009

    Saving Values In The Windows Registry

    SaveSetting appname, section, key, setting
    Here are the arguments for SaveSetting:
    • appname—String containing the name of the application to which the setting
    applies.
    • section—String containing the name of the section where the key setting
    should be saved.
    • key—String containing the name of the key setting being saved.
    • setting—Expression containing the value to set the key to.

    Getting Values From The Windows Registry

    GetSetting( appname, section, key[, default])
    Here are the arguments passed to this function:
    • appname—String containing the name of the application or project whose key
    setting is requested.
    • section—String containing the name of the section where the key setting is
    found.
    • key—String containing the name of the key setting to return.
    • default—Expression containing the value to return if no value is

    Getting All Registry Settings
    You can use the GetAllSettings to get a list of key settings and their values from a section
    in the Windows Registry. Here’s how you use GetAllSettings:
    GetAllSettings( appname, section)
    Here are the arguments for GetAllSettings:
    • appname—String containing the name of the application whose key settings you
    want.
    • section—String containing the name of the section whose key settings you want.

    Deleting A Registry Setting
    You can delete Registry settings with the DeleteSetting statement:
    DeleteSetting appname, section[, key]

    Sample

    Private Sub mnuOpen_Click()
    With dlgCommonDialog

    .DialogTitle = "Open"
    .CancelError = False
    .Filter = "All Files (*.*)[vbar]*.*"
    .ShowOpen
    If Len(.FileName) = 0 Then
    Exit Sub
    End If
    If GetSetting(App.Title, "Settings", "Doc1") = "" Then
    Load mnuMRU(1)
    End If
    mnuMRU(1).Caption = .FileName
    mnuMRU(1).Visible = True
    SaveSetting App.Title, "Settings", "Doc1", .FileName
    End With
    End Sub



  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 24, 2009

    Go here and see this will helpful to u
    Good Luck
    :)


  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 24, 2009

    You are most welcome
    :)
    Its a pleasure to help you


  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 29, 2009

    i see. ok I ll post

  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 30, 2009

    I haven't used Winzip with VB projects but go here and have a look. There is working code at the bottom. I have used ZLIB once, go and check here also. Its easy to use. You can easily integrate those .dll s.
    If you want to wait until the Compression ends, you have to use a different function implementation which returns a value, to check whether the is finished.
    Hope this would help.
    :)


  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 30, 2009

    I have found some very important API functions. You can do anything
    from these. I mean you can't write to here and there in the registry as
    u wish in vb without calling APIs. So here we go.

    Go here and check.

    And from here.

    Enjoy.



  • Tharinda
    Tharinda Jun 30, 2009

    :) I can't publicly give you the connection details, coz its prohibited na? For service providers its not allowed. Aap ko perm hain. Hum ko nahin :D . I know some hindi;)

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