Open Cart Cache Error


I am working on a opencart install and am getting errors with permissions on the cache folder. I have set the normal user to allow read write as instructed but amstill getting the errors at the top of the page as follows.

unlink(C:/*******/store/system/cache/ Permission denied in C:\*******\store\system\library\cache\file.php on line 68Warning: unlink(C:/*******/store/system/cache/ Permission denied in C:\*******\store\system\library\cache\file.php on line 68Warning:

Has anyone come across this before?

Win 2003 server running php and mysql.

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
which version of php and which version of mysql..  I installed the latest version with the latest version of php and mysql and have 0 errors
AndersonHitchenAuthor Commented:
Hi David

The issue is a permissions one, I have the install on a IIS6 win 2003 server. I have set the correct permissions but it seems not to be recognising that. When I try and set permissions to 755 using filezilla that does not stay set but if I view the properties of the folder everything is as should be.

Could I just turn of the error reporting for this website as everything is working fine just getting the error? If so any ideas on the best way to do this?

Lucas BishopClick TrackerCommented:
Try giving the Apache user delete permissions.
AndersonHitchenAuthor Commented:
Seems this is a common problem with the opencart, I have added @ to the line containing the errors for now as I could not resolve the issue. Adding the @ has worked.

Thank you

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AndersonHitchenAuthor Commented:
Accepted this solution as the errors do not effect functionality of the opencart and the permissions issue still occured even though set correctly. Adding the @ fixed the user experience.
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