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setting path when scheduling a task in CF 5

Posted on 2004-08-19
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Hello,

I'm trying to schedule a task in CF5 but when i run the task it tells me that the "specified path is invalid". The path is c:\corporate\home\library\cs\. Is there something i'm missing?

Thanks!
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by:hart
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u don't have to specify any path...
Just specify the URL...something like this "http://www.somesite.com/Del_Old_Img_Dir.cfm

Regards
Hart
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by:sdowns1122
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sorry, should have clarified...i want to publish to a static html file. thats where the path comes in.
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anandkp earned 125 total points
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PUBLISH - set thsi to YES
Optional. Yes or No. Specifies whether the result should be saved to a file

PATH - set the path for ur static html file here
Required with PUBLISH="Yes." The path location for the published file.

set these two for ur CFschedule Tag & u shld be thru
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