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  1. BACKGROUND: I have learned to keep a log that increases incrementally with the generation of each new newsletter and podcast. 1) Read the Current Log Value $file = './episode_index.txt'; if (file_exists($file)) { $json_str = file_get_contents($file); $episode_no = json_decode($json_str, true); $number = $episode_no['episode_no']; $new_episode = $number + 1; } else { echo 'The desired file either does not exist, or does not exist in the indicated location.'; } 2) Take Some Action and Update the Log Value Incrementally if (!is_blank($_POST['letter_no'])) { $episod
  2. jrppse7en

    VBScript

    Hey guys. Hope everyone here had a great 4th of July holiday! I am building an internal site that of course is only accessible via intranet. Its primary coding is very simple. Its HTML based with some Javascript and some VBScript. I will be honest. I am not an expert programmer by any means. So here is the issue. We have no access to the server logs as we do not admin the logs nor are we allowed to request them. We are basically borrowing the space. My management wants to have each page, when accessed or clicked on (either one) to log the hit to a csv file and a txt file saved on the server. I
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