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Hi,  I have called a script in my .net code which creates a .csv file and writes into it. The file is created and the program is executed without errors but the created file has nothing written into i

Posted on 2009-04-01
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Hi,

I have called a script in my .net code which creates a .csv file and writes into it. The file is created and the program is executed without errors but the created file has nothing written into it. I'm able to create and write into the file from .net. Also, when the script is run separetly writes into the file correctly but not when it is called from .net. what could be the reason...

Someone pls guide me...
Thank You.
It's a vb.net program,not asp.net.., I ve given my code snippet...I m using VS2003.
 
I ve added Illustrator application as reference...
This is my vb.net code:
 
FormLoad()
illusapp = New Illustrator.Application
illusapp.DoJavaScriptFile("C:/Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Illustrator CS2/Presets/Scripts/attribute.jsx")
 
attribute.jsx has the following lines:
myfile=new File("C:/Documents and Settings/Administrator/Desktop/file.txt");
myfile.open("w",undefined,undefined);
myfile.write("hello");
 
The file is created but has nothing in it...

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by:David Lee
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Hi, lwrod.

You aren't closing the file.  Try adding

    myfile.close

after line 13.
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by:lword
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Thanks BlueDevilFan..But it doesnt work :-(..Plz suggest me any other idea..
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How about

    myfile.close();
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by:lword
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Thanks BlueDevilFan...it works when using myfile.close()....Thank you so much..
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by:David Lee
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You're welcome.
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If you're satisfied with the solution, then please don't forget to close the question.
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