COM クラス

(PHP 4 >= 4.1.0, PHP 5)

説明

COM クラスにより、OLE 互換の COM オブジェクトのインスタンスを作成し、 そのメソッドをコールしたりそのプロパティにアクセスしたりすることが 可能となります。

$obj = new COM("Application.ID")

メソッド

COM::COM ( string $module_name [, mixed $server_name [, int $codepage [, string $typelib ]]] )

COM クラスのコンストラクタ。 パラメータには以下のような意味があります。

module_name
ロードするコンポーネントを指定する プログラム ID、クラス ID またはモニカです。 プログラムID は、通常、アプリケーションまたは DLL の名前の後に、 Word.Application のようにピリオドと オブジェクト名を付けたものです。 クラス ID は、指定されたクラスがユニークに定義する UUID です。 モニカは、URL スキームの考え方に似た特別な命名形式です。リソースと、 それがどのように読み込まれるかを指定します。例として、モジュール名に Word ドキュメントのフルパスを指定すると、Word を読み込んで ドキュメントに対応するオブジェクトを取得することができます。 あるいは、LDAP への ADSI インターフェイスを指すモニカとして LDAP: を使用することが可能です。
server_name
コンポーネントが読み込んで実行される DCOM サーバーの名前です。 NULL の場合、オブジェクトはアプリケーションのデフォルトを 指定して実行されます。典型的なデフォルトは、ローカルマシン上で 実行させることでが、管理者によってはアプリケーションを別の マシン上で実行させるように設定しているかもしれません。 NULL 値をサーバーに指定した場合、 設定オプションが TRUE に設定されていない限り PHP はオブジェクトの読み込みを 拒否します。

server_name が配列の場合、以下の要素 (大文字小文字を区別します!)を含まなければなりません。 これらはすべて省略可能であることに注意しましょう (とはいえ、Username および Password は両方指定する必要があります)。 もしサーバー設定を省略した場合は(上で説明した)デフォルトのサーバーが 使用され、オブジェクトの生成は ディレクティブの影響を受けません。

DCOM サーバー名
server_name のキー 説明
Server string サーバーの名前。
Username string 接続するユーザー名。
Password string Username に対するパスワード。
Flags integer 以下の定数のうちのひとつまたは複数の論理和。 CLSCTX_INPROC_SERVERCLSCTX_INPROC_HANDLERCLSCTX_LOCAL_SERVERCLSCTX_REMOTE_SERVERCLSCTX_SERVER および CLSCTX_ALL。指定されていない場合の デフォルト値は、Server を省略した場合が CLSCTX_SERVER でサーバー名を指定した場合は CLSCTX_REMOTE_SERVER です。 これらの定数の意味についての詳細な情報を得るには、Microsoft のドキュメントで CoCreateInstance について調べましょう。 通常はこれらを使用する必要はないはずです。

codepage
文字列と Unicode 文字列との相互変換に使用するコードページを指定します。 PHP の文字列と COM オブジェクトのメソッドとの受け渡しの際には、いつも 変換が行われます。PHP 5 では、コードページの扱いは面倒です。というのは、 オブジェクトだけではなくオブジェクトから返される variant にもそれが 影響するからです。 とりうる値は CP_ACP (システムのデフォルト ANSI コードページを使用する - このパラメータが指定されなかった場合の デフォルト)、 CP_MACCPCP_OEMCPCP_SYMBOLCP_THREAD_ACP (現在実行中のスレッドの コードページ/ロケールを使用する)、CP_UTF7 および CP_UTF8 です。コードページに対応する 数値を指定することも可能です。コードページとそれに対応する数値に ついての詳細は、Microsoft のドキュメントを参照ください。

オーバーロードされたメソッド

返されるオブジェクトは、オーバーロードされたものです。つまり、 PHP 側では通常のクラスのメソッドは見えないということです。 その代わりに、プロパティやメソッドへのアクセスは COM を通じて行います。

PHP 5 以降では、参照渡しのパラメータを受け付けるメソッドを PHP が 自動検出するようになりました。それらのメソッドについては、PHP が自動的に 変数を参照渡し形式に変換します。つまり、メソッドのコールをより自然に 行えるということです。コードの中で特別な処理をする必要はありません。

PHP 4 では、パラメータを参照渡しする場合には、そのパラメータをラップする ために VARIANT クラスのインスタンスを生成する 必要があります。

疑似メソッド

PHP 5 より前のバージョンでは、以下のようなメソッド名を COM に渡すことが できず、直接 PHP で扱うことができないというあまりうれしくない出来事が ありました。PHP 5 ではこれらを解決します。スクリプトの修正方法に ついては以下の詳細を参照ください。これらのマジックメソッドの名前は 大文字小文字を区別しません。

void COM::AddRef ( void )

COM オブジェクトの参照カウントを作為的に追加します。

警告

このメソッドを使用することはまずないはずです。 これは、以下で説明する Release() メソッドを論理的に補完するものとして 存在するものです。

void COM::Release ( void )

COM オブジェクトの参照カウントを作為的に削除します。

警告

このメソッドを使用することはまずないはずです。 これは、COM オブジェクトが必要以上に動作を続けてしまうというバグに 対応する方法として PHP に存在するものです。

反復処理のための疑似メソッド

以下の疑似メソッドは、 com_isenum()TRUE を返す場合のみ利用可能で、この場合、これらのメソッドは、 通常は COM オブジェクトにより提供される同じ名前を有する全ての メソッドを隠蔽します。これらのメソッドは PHP 5 では完全に廃止されています。 代わりに For Each を使用してください。

variant COM::All ( void )

10 の要素を保持する SafeArray を表す variant を返します。 個々の要素は empty/null の variant となります。この関数は イテレータからの全ての要素を含む配列を返すことを想定していますが、 決して完了しません。使用しないでください。

variant COM::Next ( void )

イテレータの次の要素を表す variant を返します。要素が もうない場合には FALSE を返します。

variant COM::Prev ( void )

イテレータの前の要素を現す variant を返します。要素が もうない場合には FALSE を返します。

void COM::Reset ( void )

イテレータを最初の場所まで巻き戻します。

COM の例

例1 COM の例 (1)

<?php
// word を起動します
$word = new COM("word.application") or die("Unable to instantiate Word");
echo 
"Loaded Word, version {$word->Version}\n";

// 前面に移動させます
$word->Visible 1;

// 空のドキュメントを開きます
$word->Documents->Add();

// 何か複雑なことを行います
$word->Selection->TypeText("This is a test...");
$word->Documents[1]->SaveAs("Useless test.doc");

// word を閉じます
$word->Quit();

// オブジェクトを開放します
$word null;
?>

例2 COM の例 (2)

<?php

$conn 
= new COM("ADODB.Connection") or die("Cannot start ADO");
$conn->Open("Provider=SQLOLEDB; Data Source=localhost;
Initial Catalog=database; User ID=user; Password=password"
);

$rs $conn->Execute("SELECT * FROM sometable");    // レコードセット

$num_columns $rs->Fields->Count();
echo 
$num_columns "\n";

for (
$i=0$i $num_columns$i++) {
    
$fld[$i] = $rs->Fields($i);
}

$rowcount 0;
while (!
$rs->EOF) {
    for (
$i=0$i $num_columns$i++) {
        echo 
$fld[$i]->value "\t";
    }
    echo 
"\n";
    
$rowcount++;            // 行カウントの加算
    
$rs->MoveNext();
}

$rs->Close();
$conn->Close();

$rs null;
$conn null;

?>

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User Contributed Notes 47 notes

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tsintra at humansoft dot pt
5 years ago
After one week of trying to understand what was wrong with my PHP communication with MS Word, i finally got it working...
It seems that if you're running IIS, the COM object are invoked with restricted privileges.
If you're having permission problems like not being able to opening or saving a document and you're getting errors like:

- This command is not available because no document is open
or
- Command failed

try this (if you're running IIS):

- Execute "dcomcnfg"
- Open Component Services > Computers > My Computer > DCOM Config
- Search for Microsoft Office Word 97-2003 Document (it will be something like this translated to your language, so take a while and search for it)
- Right-Click on it and open the properties
- Choose "Identity" tab
- Normally this is set to "the launching user". You have to change this to "the interactive user" or a admin user of your choice.
- Apply these new settings and test your COM application. It should work fine now.

I hope I save lots and lots of hours of headaches to some of you :)
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rogier
2 years ago
Took me a while to figure this out by trial and error:

If your frustrated when getting a com-exception like "Error [0x80004002] ..." (with a message nagging you about an unsupported interface), and you're calling a class method through COM that expects a char as an argument, you should NOT call the method with a single-character string.

The correct way of calling a method like this is to use a VARIANT with a type of VT_UI1.

COM enabled method definition:

public bool DoSomething(char arg);

<?php

$com
= new COM('Some.Class.Name');

// This will fail
$var = 'a';
$com->DoSomething($var);

// This works correctly
$var = new VARIANT(ord('a'), VT_UI1);
$com->DoSomething($var);

?>

I hope this helps some people
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Eion Robb
8 months ago
All the examples here show
<?php $var = new COM('Whatever.Something') or die(); ?>
however the 'or die()' bit is redundant as a fatal 'com_exception' exception will be thrown, killing your script.  If you want to handle the 'or' condition you need to catch the exception, eg
<?php
try {
$var = new COM('Whatever.Something');
} catch (
com_exception $e) {
//couldn't load, do something else like register
exec('regsvr32 /s whatever.dll');
}
?>
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z3n at overflow dot biz
5 years ago
On a query reply using ADODB.Connection object, all my $rs->Fields['field_name']->Value returned `variable Object` when inserted into a array, like this:

<?php
for ($rl[$v]=array(),_qm($_query);!$res->EOF;$res->MoveNext()) {
   
$rl[$v][]=$res->Fields['x']->Value;
}
?>

I figured out that converting the value into a INT fixed the issue:

<?php $rl[$v][]=intval($res->Fields['x']->Value); ?>
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paul at completewebservices dot com dot au
8 years ago
It seems that PHP does not support setting of properties with arguments.  This is how I got around the problem:

        // Object with method I want to set
        $auth = new COM("AUTHXOCX.AuthXOCXCtrl.1");

        // ScriptControl
        $oScript = new COM("MSScriptControl.ScriptControl");
        $oScript->Language = "VBScript";
        $oScript->AllowUI = TRUE;

        // Add out object to the control
        $oScript->AddObject('auth', $auth, true);

        // Create a VBScript function that allow me to set them
       $oScript->AddCode(
'Function fixAccess(accessname)
    auth.AuthDataReferrerEnabled(accessname) = 1
    auth.AuthDataAuthentiXDBEnabled(accessname) = 0
End Function');

        // Execute function
        $oScript->Run("fixAccess", $dir);
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mbirth at webwriters dot de
6 years ago
Using the DynamicWrapper from http://freenet-homepage.de/gborn/WSHBazaar/WSHDynaCall.htm and after registering it via "regsvr32 dynwrap.dll", you can easily set output colors to make colorful CLI scripts even on Windows.

<?php

$dw
= new COM('DynamicWrapper');  // needs dynwrap.dll (regsvr32 dynwrap.dll)

// register needed features
$dw->Register('kernel32.dll', 'GetStdHandle', 'i=h', 'f=s', 'r=l');
$dw->Register('kernel32.dll', 'SetConsoleTextAttribute', 'i=hl', 'f=s', 'r=t');
$dw->Register('kernel32.dll', 'SetConsoleTitle', 'i=s', 'f=s', 'r=l');

// get console handle
$ch = self::$dw->GetStdHandle(-11);  // -11 = STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE

?>

After these initialization steps, you can set the console output color using:

<?php
$dw
->SetConsoleTextAttribute($ch, 14);
echo
'This is yellow text!';
$dw->SetConsoleTextAttribute($ch, 7);
echo
'Back to normal gray!';
?>

Using SetConsoleTitle you can even set the title displayed in the console window.

Color values are 0..7 for dark colors and 8..15 for light colors. Sequence is (black/silver, blue, green, cyan, red, magenta, yellow/brown, white/gray). I also found that if you add 16384 to the value, it should be inverse. 32768 added should get underlined text. But these latter two didn't work for me.
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halfer
7 years ago
Thanks to paul at completewebservices who added a note earlier; I have used his code to solve a particularly difficult issue with the Crystal 9 runtime component. For some reason, VBA/VBS can pass a native Date type as a parameter to a Crystal Report requiring a date, but in PHP I've tried all manner of strings, unix timestamps, COM variant dates etc and all of these resulted in a com_exception.

My solution was to employ VBScript to borrow the CDate function, which works correctly. Not the most elegant of solutions, but this parameterised approach is to be preferred to search-n-replacing the RecordSelectionFormula string. Of course if anyone here has an even better approach, do post it here - I am sure it would be of use.

<?php
// $rptParam is a report parameter object having a type of date
$oScript = new COM("MSScriptControl.ScriptControl");
$oScript->Language = "VBScript";
$oScript->AllowUI = false;
$oScript->AddObject('rptParam', $rptParam, true);
$oScript->AddCode('Function SetDateParameter(strDate)
rptParam.AddCurrentValue(CDate(strDate))
End Function'
);
$oScript->Run("SetDateParameter", "25 April 2006");
?>
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jbr at ya-right dot com
9 years ago
Getting * directory * permissions ( attributes ) with COM

PHP (5) example...

<?
    $dir = 'e:/www/docs/www/docs/junk/';

    define ( 'READ_ONLY', 1 );
    define ( 'IS_HIDDEN', 2 );
    define ( 'IS_SYSTEM', 4 );

    $hold = array ();

    $obj = new COM ( 'scripting.filesystemobject' );

    if ( is_object ( $obj ) )
    {
        $all = $obj->getfolder ( $dir );

        foreach ( $all->subfolders AS $directory )
        {
            if ( substr ( $directory->name, - 3 ) != 'cnf' )
            {
                $hold[$dir . $directory->name . '/'] =  array ( 'read_only' => ( ( $directory->Attributes & READ_ONLY ) <> 0 ? 1 : 0 ), 'is_hidden' => ( ( $directory->Attributes & IS_HIDDEN ) <> 0 ? 1 : 0 ), 'is_system' => ( ( $directory->Attributes & IS_SYSTEM ) <> 0 ? 1 : 0 ) );
            }
        }

        $obj = null;
    }
    else
    {
        echo 'sorry can not crate object: file_system_object';
    }

    print_r ( $hold );
?>

To do the same thing for * files * with in the directory named in $dir, change above ( foreach() ) to what is below...

        foreach ( $all->files AS $file )
        {
            $hold[$file->name] =  array ( 'read_only' => ( ( $file->Attributes & READ_ONLY ) <> 0 ? 1 : 0 ), 'is_hidden' => ( ( $file->Attributes & IS_HIDDEN ) <> 0 ? 1 : 0 ), 'is_system' => ( ( $file->Attributes & IS_SYSTEM ) <> 0 ? 1 : 0 ) );
        }

pretty much anything you could think of doing in windows can be done using PHP and COM...

John
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CLICIU at YAHOO dot com
5 years ago
What's really cool is that you can write anything you like in C#/VB.NET and easily access it via COM in PHP
This is a image Rotation Example using C# and PHP

<form name="form1" method="get" action="#">
<input name="angle" type="text" value="<?echo $_GET["angle"];?>">
  <input type="submit" name="Submit" value="Submit">
</form>


<?php
if(!isset($_GET["angle"]) && !is_Numeric($_GET["angle"]) )
{
 
$angle=5;
}else{
   
$angle=intval($_GET["angle"]);
}

       
//         $img =new COM("MyImageProcessor.MyImageProcessing"); 
                
$img =  new DOTNET("MyImageProcessor","MyImageProcessing");
                 
$img->LoadImage("D:\\htdocs\\TT\\Flower.jpg"); 
                 
$img->RotateImage($angle); 
                 
$img->SaveImage("D:\\htdocs\\TT\\new.jpg"); 
?>
Otput image:<br>
<img src="new.jpg" width="520"/>
<br><br>
Original   image <br>
<img src="Flower.jpg" width="520"/>

The complete source code PHP and C# :
http://www.navioo.com/php/tutorials/PHP_and_NET_876.html
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james dot m dot love at gmail dot com
5 years ago
If you're using COM to create a DSN Less connection to an MS Access 2007 database, you'll find through Googling that you need to use an updated version of Jet, so the connection string I've found looks like this:

<?php
$databaselocation
= "C:\Path\to\db.accdb";
$conn = new COM('ADODB.Connection') or exit('Cannot start ADO.');
$conn->Open("Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0; Data Source=$databaselocation") or die('Cannot start with Jet');
?>

However, on my setup (WinVista, Access 2007, PHP526) I found that it always 'dies' with "Cannot start with Jet", even if the connection was successful ($conn->State reads "1").

I figured to just drop the die() command on $conn->Open(). If something catastrophic happens with the ADO connection then it's own error handling engine passes stack traces, etc back to the console/standard output.

Therefore, my Open() command looks like this:

<?php
$conn
->Open("Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0; Data Source=$databaselocation");
?>
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johnno1985 at gmail dot com
6 years ago
I couldn't find an example anywhere on what I was trying to do.  After taking bits from everyone I ended up with something that worked.

Im using Crystal Reports 10, MS SQL Server 2005, Apache2, and PHP5.

My report uses an SQL Store Procedure and passes some parameter to get the report data, so our PHP must set the database logon info and pass the parameters.

Below is the solution I came up with:

<?php

//------  Variables ------
$my_report = "C:\\Apache2\htdocs\\test\\MyReport.rpt"//This must be the full path to the file
$my_pdf = "C:\\Apache2\htdocs\\test\\MyReport.pdf";

//------ Create a new COM Object of Crytal Reports 10 ------
$ObjectFactory= new COM("CrystalReports10.ObjectFactory.1");

//------ Create a instance of library Application -------
$crapp = $ObjectFactory->CreateObject("CrystalDesignRunTime.Application.10");

//------ Open your rpt file ------
$creport = $crapp->OpenReport($my_report, 1);

//------ Set database logon info ------
$creport->Database->Tables(1)->SetLogOnInfo("MYSERVER", "Database", "user", "password");

//------ Suppress the Parameter field prompt or else report will hang ------
$creport->EnableParameterPrompting = 0;

//------ DiscardSavedData make a Refresh in your data -------
$creport->DiscardSavedData;
$creport->ReadRecords();

//------ Pass formula fields --------
$creport->FormulaFields->Item(1)->Text = ("'My Report Title'");
$creport->ParameterFields(1)->AddCurrentValue ("FirstParameter");
$creport->ParameterFields(2)->AddCurrentValue (2000);

//------ Export to PDF -------
$creport->ExportOptions->DiskFileName=$my_pdf;
$creport->ExportOptions->FormatType=31;
$creport->ExportOptions->DestinationType=1;
$creport->Export(false);

//------ Release the variables ------
$creport = null;
$crapp = null;
$ObjectFactory = null;

//------ Embed the report in the webpage ------
print "<embed src=\"MyReport.pdf\" width=\"100%\" height=\"100%\">"

?>

Obviously there's plenty of room for refinement in there, but it works and should get you going on the right track.  I also found that during testing, the script was hanging before supressing the parameter prompt. Once this had happened, some exports that had been working earlier stopped completely and wouldn't work again untill I restarted Apache.  This might be something worth doing if you keep having issues after a script has hung.
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verticka at hotmail dot com
6 years ago
Voila une deuxime fonction pour excel 2007 et le plugin pdf

<?php
function xls2pdf($doc,$pdf)
{

// Pas de paramétres requis
$empty = new VARIANT();

/* Supression du pdf si il existe */
if(file_exists ($pdf))
@
unlink($pdf);

/* Démarrage de Word */
$w = new COM("excel.application") or die("Impossible d'instancier l'application Word");

/* Test de Word 2007 */
if($w->Version > 11)
{
   
/* Amener Word devant */
   
$w->Visible = 1;

   
/* Test du fichier */
   
if(file_exists ($doc))
       
$w->Workbooks->Open($doc);
    else
        return
false;

   
/* Quelques commandes */
   
$w->Workbooks[1]->ExportAsFixedFormat(0,$pdf);

   
/* Fermeture de word */
   
$w->Workbooks[1]->Close(false);
}   
$w->Quit();

/* Libération des ressources */
$w = null;
unset(
$w);
    
/* Test du fichier */
if(file_exists ($pdf))
    return
true;
else
    return
false;
   
}

if(
xls2pdf("c:\\test.xls","c:\\test.pdf"))
echo
"ok";
else
echo
"nok";
?>

Pour les options d'exportation :
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb238907.aspx

http://verticka.blogspot.com/
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mastrboy.servebeer.com
6 years ago
quick wmi query example:

<?php
    $obj
= new COM ( 'winmgmts://localhost/root/CIMV2' );
   
$wmi_computersystem =     $obj->ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_ComputerSystem");
   
$wmi_bios             =    $obj->ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_BIOS");
    foreach (
$wmi_computersystem as $wmi_call )
    {
       
$model = $wmi_call->Model;
    }
   
    foreach (
$wmi_bios as $wmi_call )
    {
       
$serial = $wmi_call->SerialNumber;
       
$bios_version = $wmi_call->SMBIOSBIOSVersion;
    }
    echo
"Bios version   : $bios_version\n".
        
"Serial number  : $serial\n".
        
"Hardware Model : $model\n";
?>
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amenthes at NOSPAM dot gmail dot com
6 years ago
If you ever want to save an Excel(.xls) file into the Office Excel 2003 XML format, just use

$excel->Workbooks[1]->SaveAs('new_file_name.xml', 46);

That's the number you need, 46.
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hwcshirley at gmail dot com
8 years ago
Reply to: djogopatrao at gmail dot com
I have change little bit your code. Its work.

$COM_Object = "CrystalDesignRunTime.Application";
$my_report = "C:\\appserv\\www\\mc\\test.rpt";
$my_pdf = "C:\\appserv\www\\mc\\test.pdf";

$crapp= New COM($COM_Object) or die("Unable to Create Object");
$creport = $crapp->OpenReport($my_report, 1);
$creport->ReadRecords(); // attention!

$creport->ExportOptions->DiskFileName=$my_pdf;
$creport->ExportOptions->PDFExportAllPages=true;
$creport->ExportOptions->DestinationType=1; // Export to File
$creport->ExportOptions->FormatType=31; // Type: PDF
$creport->Export(false);
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djogopatrao at gmail dot com
8 years ago
My previous notes about Crystal Reports have vanished away, but anyway I was up to correct them.

The code above connects to COM (beware of the version number! search on the Registry Editor for the correct name to put in $COM_Object), opens a report from a file ($my_report), reload records from database and then exports it to a PDF file ($my_pdf).

* IMPORTANT * this code, when invoked from the browser (I'm using Apache) AND with a report that connects to a ODBC database, does not work (the problem is specificly the line ReadRecords(), but may arise without it too when data is not saved into the report file).

But when you run this code by PHP-CLI (that is, by the command line), it works ok! I bug-reported this, but have no answer till now ( give it a vote, if you thing it's important: http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=36959 ).

Also, exceptions may arise, so put it on a try_catch block.

--------------------------

// by dfcp '06 (djogopatrao@gmail.com)

$COM_Object = "CrystalReports11.ObjectFactory.1";
$my_report = "C:\\report.rpt";
$my_pdf = "C:\\report.pdf";

$ObjectFactory= New COM($COM_Object);
$crapp = $ObjectFactory->CreateObject("CrystalDesignRunTime.Application");
$creport = $crapp->OpenReport($my_report, 1);
$creport->ReadRecords(); // attention!

$creport->ExportOptions->DiskFileName=$my_pdf;
$creport->ExportOptions->PDFExportAllPages=true;
$creport->ExportOptions->DestinationType=1; // Export to File
$creport->ExportOptions->FormatType=31; // Type: PDF
$creport->Export(false);
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djogopatrao at gmail dot com
8 years ago
I found somewhere (http://www.recrystallize.com/merchant/supportfaq/supportfaq0003.htm) a list relating each version of Crystal Reports to its respective progID - it may help some fellows out there.

7          Crystal.CRPE.Application

8.0        CrystalRuntime.Application or CrystalRuntime.Application.8

8.5        CrystalRuntime.Application or CrystalRuntime.Application.8.5

9 (RDC)    CrystalRuntime.Application.9
9 (RAS)    CrystalReports.ObjectFactory.2
10 (RDC)   CrystalRuntime.Application.11
10 (CEE)   CrystalReports10.ObjectFactory.1


XI (RDC)   CrystalRuntime.Application.11
XI (RAS)   CrystalReports11.ObjectFactory.1
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volker at kybs dot de
9 years ago
To use the windows speech system install the "Speech SDK 5.1 for Windows applications" from the Microsoft homepage (free download).
Then you can do Text2Speech like this:

$voice = new COM("SAPI.SpVoice");
$voice->Speak("Hello, lets have a conversation");
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sadi at unicornsoftbd dot com
9 years ago
If your PHP is configured as ISAPI module then the COM object you create in ur php page will use the same memory space as the web server. If your COM object takes too much memory then this may force some COM error as PHP does not handle the memory usage of COM itself. And also Web server doesnt know what do to free COM memory. But if you use PHP as CGI then PHP itself handle the memory usage of COM. Once in a script where i used COM and PHP as ISAPI module i got unknown COM error.But when i used PHP as CGI there was no error. So those who want to use COM object in your application please be careful about it.
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phpguy _from_ toshpro _dot_ com
9 years ago
if you ever need to connect to an access database (on the server, using the IIS or APACHE user account), here is code below that can help to ease the process.  It is written like this because we have a MySQL as well as an Access database and need to be able to switch back and forth.  The runQuery function will return a 2 dimensional array and can use column names or numbers for the index of the internal arrays.  External arrays are always integer-indexed.  We also have found issues with Access staying open and growing from 7MB to 2.5GB within two hours, so we open and close it each time we run a query.  If it is not a select query it will return TRUE.  if it fails with errors, it will return false.

There is a showErr flag that we mostly only use for MySQL, since you can output MySQL errors without PHP errors.  Access doesn't appear to be that friendly.

<?php

function runQuery(&$conn,
                   
$strSQL,
                   
$associative=true,
                   
$debug=false,
                   
$showSQL=false,
                   
$showErr=false) {    
    return
runMSQuery($conn,$strSQL,$associative,$debug,$showSQL,$showErr);
   
//return runMyQuery($conn,$strSQL,$associative,$debug,$showSQL,$showErr);
}

function
openMSDB($dbfile="c:/path/and/filename.mdb") {
    if (!@
$conn = new COM("ADODB.Connection"))
        exit(
"Unable to create an ADODB connection<br>");
   
$strConn = "DRIVER={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)}; DBQ=".$dbfile;
    @
$conn->open($strConn);
    if(
$conn->State == 0) return false;
    return
$conn;
}

function
closeMSDB(&$conn) {
    @
$conn->Close();
   
$conn = null;
    return
true;
}

function
runMSQuery(&$conn,
                   
$strSQL,
                   
$associative=true,
                   
$debug=false,
                   
$showSQL=false,
                   
$showErr=false) {
    if(!
is_object($conn)) if(!$conn=openMSDB()) return false;
    if(
$showSQL || $debug ) echo $strSQL."\n<br>\n";
   
$rtn = false;
    if(
$debug) $rs = $conn->execute($strSQL);
    else
$rs = @$conn->execute($strSQL);

    if(!
$rs) {
        if(
$showErr) echo "Error running SQL.<br>\n";
       
closeMSDB($conn);
        return
false;
    }
    if (
$rs->State == 0) {
       
closeMSDB($conn);
        return
true;
    } else {   
       
$rows=0;
        while(!
$rs->EOF) {
            for(
$i=0;$i<$rs->Fields->count;$i++) {
               
$rsf = $rs->Fields($i);
                if(
$associative) $rtn[$rows][$rsf->Name] = $rsf->value;
                else
$rtn[$rows][$i] = $rsf->value;
            }
           
$rows++;
           
$rs->MoveNext();
        }
        if(
$rs->State != 0) $rs->Close();
       
$rs = null;
    }
    if(
$debug) var_dump($rtn);
   
closeMSDB($conn);
    return
$rtn;
}
?>
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flintjt at hotmail dot com
10 years ago
I have searched for ways to open and read an excel document and I found some information which I thought that I would document.  Information on the object model to help with programming COM objects can be found in your MS Office help files, search for VBA*.chm.
Also, here is a script that I used to pull a cell from each worksheet, complete w/ variable for pathnames & worksheets.  This script also closes excel completely.  The coding might be dirty, but it gets the job done.
--------copy from here-----------
<pre>
<?PHP
$filename
= "c:/spreadhseet/test.xls";
$sheet1 = 1;
$sheet2 = "sheet2";
$excel_app = new COM("Excel.application") or Die ("Did not connect");
print
"Application name: {$excel_app->Application->value}\n" ;
print
"Loaded version: {$excel_app->Application->version}\n";
$Workbook = $excel_app->Workbooks->Open("$filename") or Die("Did not open $filename $Workbook");
$Worksheet = $Workbook->Worksheets($sheet1);
$Worksheet->activate;
$excel_cell = $Worksheet->Range("C4");
$excel_cell->activate;
$excel_result = $excel_cell->value;
print
"$excel_result\n";
$Worksheet = $Workbook->Worksheets($sheet2);
$Worksheet->activate;
$excel_cell = $Worksheet->Range("C4");
$excel_cell->activate;
$excel_result = $excel_cell->value;
print
"$excel_result\n";
#To close all instances of excel:
$Workbook->Close;
unset(
$Worksheet);
unset(
$Workbook);
$excel_app->Workbooks->Close();
$excel_app->Quit();
unset(
$excel_app);
?>
</pre>
----------------------------------
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Mihael Peternelj; Slovenia
11 years ago
If you wnat to connect to Access MDB Library you can use this small "progy". It works so, that if someone other accesses the library, it waits for so long to access it again because (as i know) MDB librarys can be accessed only once at the same time.

<?php
function mdb($sql, $array = 0, $base = "Base.mdb", $timelimit = 5)
    {
   
$r_items = array();
   
$c = new COM("ADODB.Connection");
   
$r = false;
   
$time = time();
   
$process = $i = 0;
    while(
$r == false && $process <= $timelimit)
        {
       
$deb = $c->open('DRIVER={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)}; Dbq='. realpath($base) .';');
       
$r = $c->execute($sql);
       
$process = time() - $time;
        }
    if(
$process >= $timelimit) exit("mdbSQL Query Timeout!");
    if(
strtolower(substr($sql, 0, 6)) == "insert" or strtolower(substr($sql, 0, 6)) == "update" or strtolower(substr($sql, 0, 6)) == "delete") return true;
   
$num_fields = $r->fields->count();
    while (!
$r->EOF)
        {
        for(
$j = 0; $j < $num_fields; $j++)
            {
           
$key = $r->Fields($j);
            if(
$array == 0) $r_items[$i][$key->name] = $key->value;
            else
$r_items[$i][$j] = $key->value;
            }
       
$i++;
       
$r->MoveNext();
        }
   
$r->close();
   
$c->close();
   
$r = null;
   
$c = null;
    return
$r_items;
    }
?>

I got the source from the Manual, what i did is that i made it more compatible and user frendly. :)

I hope it could some day help someone so as it did me...

Greetings from Slovenia!

Mihael Peternelj
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Franky at boucheros dot com
12 years ago
For Access to Ms Access
use another Provider like this:

<?php
$conn
= new COM("ADODB.Connection")
or die(
"Cannot start ADO");
$conn->Open("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=./thefile.mdb;");
$rs = $conn->Execute("SELECT * FROM thetable");
?>
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mstaiger at informatik dot uni-siegen dot de
12 years ago
The example above (MS Word) is quiet unsatisfying, as I find. Especially since I couldn't find anybody who actually got it running, including myself.

You might therefore give this Powerpoint-example a chance:
----------------------------------
#Instantiate a PowerPoint object.
$ppoint = new COM("PowerPoint.application") or die("Unable to instantiate PowerPoint");

<?php
#Create a new presentation
$ppoint->Presentations->Add() or die ("Could not create presentation");

//Add a slide
$slide=$ppoint->Presentations[1]->Slides->Add(1,1);

//Get the name of this slide
$slidename = $slide->Name();
echo
"<br>slidename : $slidename";

//Change the name of this new slide
$slide->Name = "New Slidename";
$slidename = $slide->Name();
echo
"<br>NEW slidename : $slidename";

//Save the presentation
$ppoint->Presentations[1]->SaveAs("c:/InetPub/www/test.ppt");
$ppoint->Presentations[1]->Close();

//closing powerpoint
$ppoint->Quit();

//free the object
$ppoint->Release();
$ppoint = null;
-----------------------
?>

the config is :
w2k-server/office2k/iis5/php 4.1.1 isapi

If you happen to run into a working word2k-example, please let me know.

Marc
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sparrowstail at googlemail dot com
3 years ago
This script reports all Windows drives, drive type, status (if not available), free space and total drive size:

<?php

    $fso
= new COM('Scripting.FileSystemObject');
   
$D = $fso->Drives;
   
$type = array("Unknown","Removable","Fixed","Network","CD-ROM","RAM Disk");
    foreach(
$D as $d ){
      
$dO = $fso->GetDrive($d);
      
$s = "";
       if(
$dO->DriveType == 3){
          
$n = $dO->Sharename;
       }else if(
$dO->IsReady){
          
$n = $dO->VolumeName;
          
$s = file_size($dO->FreeSpace) . " free of: " . file_size($dO->TotalSize);
       }else{
          
$n = "[Drive not ready]";
       }
   echo
"Drive " . $dO->DriveLetter . ": - " . $type[$dO->DriveType] . " - " . $n . " - " . $s . "<br>";

    }
   
      function
file_size($size)
      {
     
$filesizename = array(" Bytes", " KB", " MB", " GB", " TB", " PB", " EB", " ZB", " YB");
      return
$size ? round($size/pow(1024, ($i = floor(log($size, 1024)))), 2) . $filesizename[$i] : '0 Bytes';
      }

?>

There are a number of other properties of the drive object which can be called this way - see:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ts2t8ybh%28VS.85%29.aspx
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rupams2002 at yahoo dot com
5 years ago
If you make a DLL in VB6 and want to access from PHP, here is the example. Only connection method is defined. You need to create rest....

How to use in PHP
DLL refers ProjectName . ClassName
$Obj = new COM ('ProjectName.ClassName');
$dw->MsSql_Connect('MachineName', 'DB_NAme');

If you want to connect Database through DLL then

Open project in VB6 Class Module :
And add this code and compile and make DLL.

Public Function MsSql_Connect(ByVal DBMachineID As String, ByVal DBName As String) As Boolean
    Dim LocalCn As New ADODB.Connection
    Dim conStr As String, DB_UserID As String, DB_Password As String
   
    On Error GoTo ErrorHandler
   
    DB_UserID = "DBUserName"
    DB_Password = "DBPassword"
   
    Set LocalCn = New ADODB.Connection
    LocalCn.CursorLocation = adUseClient

    conStr = "Provider=SQLOLEDB.1;Password=" & DB_Password & ";Persist Security Info=True;User ID=" & DB_UserID & ";Initial Catalog=" & DBName & ";Data Source=" & DBMachineID & ";"
    LocalCn.Open conStr
   
    DBConnection = conStr
   
    MsSql_Connect = True
    Set LocalCn = Nothing
   
ErrorHandler:
    If Err.Number <> 0 Then
       MsSql_Connect = False
       Set LocalCn = Nothing
       Err.Raise vbObjectError + 513, App.EXEName, Err.Description
    End If
End Function

"DBConnection" is a variable you need to Set + Get property in VB6 to keep the connection string alive in DLL.

Remember :
Err.Raise vbObjectError + 513, App.EXEName, Err.Description

will raise error in PHP, user can see error in browser and stop execution php code.

If you need any help email me.

Mohammed Ziaul Hasan [Rupam]
rupams2002@yahoo.com
Senior Developer
Canada
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pavanphp Gudipati
5 years ago
Here I Am describing a Program from which you can connect any exe(software) using COM component.
pdf2swf is a software for converting PDf to SWF files.

This is best example for  WScript.Shell

<?php
#code for pdf to swf using pdf2swf software
#this codeworks in windows environment.


## Important Parameters
$software_path  ="C:\\SWFTools\\pdf2swf" ;
$pdf_path       ="C:\\SWFTools\\abcd.pdf" ;
$argument       = "-o";
$swf_output     ="C:\\SWFTools\\abcd.swf" ;



#actual code
$cmd        =" $software_path $pdf_path  $argument $swf_output";

$WshShell   = new COM("WScript.Shell");
$oExec      = $WshShell->Run("cmd /C $cmd ", 0, true);

# 0 for command prompt invisible mode
# 3 for visible

?>
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fernando at digitins dot com dot br
5 years ago
When you save a MS Word document with this:
<?php
$word
->Documents[1]->SaveAs('myfile.doc');
?>

Your file maybe go to this location:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\My documents (and not to your script directory)
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casanoteva at yahoo dot com
5 years ago
Hi, just wanna share to everyone after tried and tested many many times to create report in PDF format from Crystal Report.
Finally I can do it without any error.
Here is my system; PHP 5.1.6, MSSQL2005 and Crystal Report Server XI RL2

<?php

//- Variables - for your RPT and PDF
echo "Print Report Test";
$my_report = "D:\\Folder1\\SubFolder1\\Report.rpt"; //
rpt source file
$my_pdf
= "D:\\Folder1\\SubFolder1\\Report.pdf"; // RPT export to pdf file
//-Create new COM object-depends on your Crystal Report version
$ObjectFactory= new COM("CrystalReports115.ObjectFactory.1") or die ("Error on load"); // call COM port
$crapp = $ObjectFactory-> CreateObject("CrystalDesignRunTime.Application"); // create an instance for Crystal
$creport = $crapp->OpenReport($my_report, 1); // call rpt report

// to refresh data before

//- Set database logon info - must have
$creport->Database->Tables(1)->SetLogOnInfo("servername", "DBname", "user", "password");

//- field prompt or else report will hang - to get through
$creport->EnableParameterPrompting = 0;

//- DiscardSavedData - to refresh then read records
$creport->DiscardSavedData;
$creport->ReadRecords();

   
//export to PDF process
$creport->ExportOptions->DiskFileName=$my_pdf; //export to pdf
$creport->ExportOptions->PDFExportAllPages=true;
$creport->ExportOptions->DestinationType=1; // export to file
$creport->ExportOptions->FormatType=31; // PDF type
$creport->Export(false);

//------ Release the variables ------
$creport = null;
$crapp = null;
$ObjectFactory = null;

//------ Embed the report in the webpage ------
print "<embed src=\"D:\\Folder1\\SubFolder1\\Report.pdf\" width=\"100%\" height=\"100%\">"

   
   
?>

That's all for me, anyway in Crystal Report I have to check DisCardSavedData, Save data with report and AutoSave (1 min) in Option Tab and also in Report Options I have to check save dat with report, too.

Hope this should be help to anybody

Casanoteva
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deletethis@bjoern(at)syltonline(doot)de
9 years ago
If you can get the old "TaskScheduler.dll" and register it, it is quite simple to handle and start Windows tasks from PHP.
This is extremely useful when you got things to do which must be run in a different user context. Prepare a task with the user and use PHP & Com to build a webinterface for it.

Here is an example how to start a Windows task:

  function start_task ($taskname) {
    $SchedObj = new COM("Scheduler.SchedulingAgent.1");
    foreach ($SchedObj->Tasks as $task) {
      if (strtolower( (string) $task) == strtolower( $taskname.".job" )) {
         $task->Run();
      }
    }
  }

I'm also working on a class to handle infos, adding and removing of tasks via PHP. If you are interested drop me a line.
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csaba at alum dot mit dot edu
9 years ago
Getting IE to the foreground
If you are using a command line (CLI) version of PHP on a Win32 platform (e.g. XP Pro, SP2), you might want to have output directed to IE (perhaps you'll want to work with the output there) when Popup does not suffice (see my earlier post, below).

It's easy enough to get an instance of IE using $ie = new COM("InternetExplorer.Application");.  The problem is, you don't necessarily see it in the foreground (especially if you already have one open) and who wants to waste keystrokes getting to it?  The code below has been working for me (If you want to do other adjustments (e.g. $ie->Document->ParentWindow->resizeTo(800,500); or $ie->Document->Body->bgColor = "yellow";), doing them before the $ie->Visible = true; line will avoid screen distractions):

<?php
function newIEtoForeground($title, $evtPrefix="") {
   
// brings new instance of IE to foreground with title $title
   
if (!$extPrefix) $ie = new COM("InternetExplorer.Application");
    else
$ie = new COM("InternetExplorer.Application", $evtPrefix);
   
$ie->Navigate2("about:blank");
   
$oWSH = new COM("WScript.Shell");
    while (
$ie->ReadyState!=4) usleep(10000);

   
$ie->Document->Title = ($tmpTitle = mt_rand());  //unique title
   
$ie->Visible = true;
    while (!
$oWSH->AppActivate("$tmpTitle - M")) usleep(10000);

   
$ie->Document->Title = $title;
   
$ie->Document->ParentWindow->opener="me"// allows self.close()
   
return $ie;
}
?>

Csaba Gabor from Vienna
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csaba at alum dot mit dot edu
9 years ago
Basic Windows IO
If you are using a command line (CLI) version of PHP on a Win32 platform, you might like to have a simple graphical interface to get input and output.  The following gives an illustration for both.

<?php
   
// first we get some input
   
$oScript = new COM("MSScriptControl.ScriptControl");
   
$oScript->Language = "VBScript";
   
$title = "I/O Demo: Input half";
   
$initial = "Change this value";
   
$prompt = "Please enter a value";
   
   
$code = <<<EOF
Function getInput()
    inVal = InputBox("
$prompt", "$title", "$initial")
    getInput = inVal         'how return values are assigned in VB
End Function
EOF;

   
$oScript->AddCode($code);
   
$input = $oScript->Eval("getInput()");   
    if (
gettype($input)=="NULL") $input = "Input box was cancelled";

   
// now we show some output
   
$oWSH = new COM("WScript.Shell");
   
$title = "I/O Demo: Output half";
   
$timeout = 2;        // 0 for no timeout
   
$style = 0 + 48;    // buttons to show + alert symbol
   
$oWSH->Popup($input, $timeout, $title, $style);
?>

This is example is overblown for illustrative purposes.  The whole input part collapses if the amount of code used is a single statement.  So, this would have sufficed:
$code = "InputBox(\"$prompt\", \"$title\", \"$initial\")";
$input = $oScript->Eval($code);

This technique exposes quite a bit of scripting power tied into the Windows operating system and VBScript.  However, you should have a really specific reason for using it since VBScript tends to be dog slow when compared to PHP in my tests.  Simple IO like this is good, however, and the popup size can be quite large.  Furthermore, this could be a viable route to go for accessing WinAPI's.

http://www.ss64.com/wsh/popup.html shows some documentation for $oWSH->Popup

Csaba Gabor from Vienna
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jon at jonroig dot com
10 years ago
Here's a simple example of printing formatted templates with MS Word.

To begin with, I've already built my invoice in Word and saved it as an RTF file.
In this case, I'm using "sampleInvoice.php"

Fields that will be replaced have been marked as ||CUSTOMER ID|| and so on.

<?php
$dataText
= "";

// open the file
if(!($fp= fopen ("C:\wordTest\sampleInvoice.rtf", "r"))) die ("Can't open");
$dataText = fread($fp, 2000000);
fclose ($fp);

// replace the template fields
$dataText = str_replace ("||CUSTOMER ID||",$customerIDValue, $dataText);

// save the file as an rtf
$timeStamp = time();
$saveFile = "C:/wordTemp/".$timeStamp."-invoice-".$customerIDValue.".rtf";
if(!(
$fq= fopen ($saveFile, "w+"))) die ("Can't open");
fwrite ($fq, $dataText);
fclose ($fq);

// initialize the word components
$word = new COM("word.application") or die("Unable to instantiate Word");

print
"Loaded word version ($word->Version)\n";
$word->visible = true;
$word->Documents->Add();

// open the file
$word->Documents->Open("$saveFile");

// output the file to the default printer
$word->ActiveDocument->PrintOut(1);

// shutdown word
$word->Quit();
?>
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drich at nea-online dot net
10 years ago
Changing Fields (Not FORMFIELDS) In MS Word....

Searched most of the afternoon for this, as it is something needed here for our projects.  Maybe this can help someone else as well.

<?php
$input
= "x:\\path\\to\\test.doc";
$word = @new COM("word.application") or die("Unable to instantiate Word");
print
"Loaded Word, version {$word->Version}\n<br>";
$word->Visible = 1;
print
"Set Word To Visible<br>";
$word->Documents->Open($input);
print
"Opened $input<br>";
$word->Activate;
print
"Activated Word<br>";

print
"Editing Fields<br>";
$Field = $word->ActiveDocument->Fields(1);
$fieldData = $Field->Result;
$fieldData->Text = "Testing";

// Print the document.
$word->Printout();

// closing word
$word->Quit();

// free the object
$word->Release();
$word = null;

?>
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admin at CdnDomainRegistry dot ca
11 years ago
Here's an example/comparison of VBScript vs PHP's COM component to connect to an IIS Webserver.
The examples backup the IIS MetaBase (your server's website(s) configuration) in IIS.

VBScript:
  Dim obj, iFlags
  Set obj = GetObject("IIS://LocalHost")
  ' Backup to next available version number.
  ' Set flags to save the metabase first and
  ' force the backup even if save fails.
  iFlags = (MD_BACKUP_SAVE_FIRST or MD_BACKUP_FORCE_BACKUP)
  obj.Backup "MyBackups", MD_BACKUP_NEXT_VERSION, iFlags
  ' Note: The above was copied from Microbucks.
  ' This is how you would have to do it.
  ' i.e. use the actual constant's value.
  iFlags = (2 or 4) 
  obj.Backup "MyBackups", &HFFFFFFFF, iFlags

PHP:
  <?php
  $obj
= new COM("IIS://LocalHost")or die("Unable to instantiate IIS"); 
 
$err = com_invoke ($obj, "Backup", "MyBackups", "&HFFFFFFFF", 2|4 );
 
$obj = null;
  print
"err=".$err; // returns 0 on success
 
?>

Glen
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Anonymous
11 years ago
Example on how to read a registry value:

<?php
  $shell
= &new COM('WScript.Shell');
 
var_dump($shell->regRead('HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Environment\TEMP'));
?>

(outputs string(39) "%USERPROFILE%\Lokale Einstellungen\Temp" on my system)
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EuresMan
11 years ago
To mstaiger
I have encountered the same problem you report.
I tried to use the above code for a word document but it doesn't works, although the same code was good if i use it on a excel sheet.

The solution is explained at the following link :
http://www.phpbuilder.net/columns/venkatesan20030501.php3
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rickardsjoquist at hotmail dot com
11 years ago
If you want to use a DSN-less connection to a database (access for example) and return the results of a query as a multidimensional array with the fieldnames as identifier try this. Hope it helps someone :-)
--------------------------------------------------------

<?php
function db($sql) {
   
$c = new COM("ADODB.Connection");
   
$c->open('DRIVER={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)}; DBQ=' . realpath("relative_path/db.mdb"));
   
$r = $c->execute($sql);
   
$i = 0;
   
$num_fields = $r->fields->count();
    while (!
$r->EOF)
        {
            for(
$j = 0;$j<$num_fields;$j++) {
           
$key = $r->Fields($j);
           
$r_items[$i][$key->name] = $key->value;
        }
       
$i++;
       
$r->MoveNext();
    }
   
$r->close();
   
$c->close();
   
$r = null;
   
$c = null;
    return
$r_items;
}
?>

--------------------------------------------------------
use it like this:
--------------------------------------------------------
<?php
$results
= db("SELECT field_a, field_b FROM table");
foreach(
$result as $i => $item) {
    echo
$item['field_a'];
    echo
$item['field_b'];
}
?>
--------------------------------------------------------
You can also use: print_r($result); if you want the structure of the array to be printed.
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info at sharedprojects dot nl
11 years ago
<?php
// An other way to connect
// this connect to a ODBC-datasourced added in the
// ODBC Data Source Administrator under System DSN

$odbcname = "northwind";
$conn->Open("DSN=$odbcname");
?>
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eguan1ao_at_yahoo_dot_com
11 years ago
An example of connecting to a Microsoft Access database, executing an SQL query, and displaying the results in HTML.

<?php

$db
= 'C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Office\\Office\\Samples\\Northwind.mdb';

$conn = new COM('ADODB.Connection');

// Two ways to connect. Choose one.
$conn->Open("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=$db");
//$conn->Open("DRIVER={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)}; DBQ=$db");

$sql = 'SELECT   ProductName, QuantityPerUnit, UnitPrice
         FROM     Products
          ORDER BY ProductName'
;
$rs = $conn->Execute($sql);

?>

<table>
<tr>
          <th>Product Name</th>
         <th>Quantity Per Unit</th>
         <th>Unit Price</th>
</tr>
<?php while (!$rs->EOF): ?>
         <tr>
                  <td><?= $rs->Fields['ProductName']->Value ?></td>
                   <td><?= $rs->Fields['QuantityPerUnit']->Value ?></td>
                  <td><?= $rs->Fields['UnitPrice']->Value ?></td>
          </tr>
         <?php $rs->MoveNext() ?>
<?php
endwhile ?>
</table>

<?php

$rs
->Close();
$conn->Close();

?>
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kmason at avaya dot com
12 years ago
It should be noted that to run anything that needs to interact with the UI (the word example), one needs to ensure that the process that the Web server is running under can access the UI.  For Apache, this is an option in the Services control panel.
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nospam at zamang dot co dot uk
12 years ago
The above Word example did not work for me when I tried it using Office 2000. I had to install the Office 2000 SR 2 upgrade to get everything working. It seems that the upgrade fixes some problems with permissions that affect PHP and some other applications that use COM.

David McCormack
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yinon at xacct dot com
12 years ago
In order to get the Word exaple running, do the following on the server side.
Worked for me...
1. Click START-->RUN and enter "dcomcnfg"
2. In the "Applications" tab, go down to "Microsoft Word Document"
3. Click PROPERTIES button
4. Go to the "Security" Tab
5. Click "Use custom access permissions", and then click EDIT
6. Click ADD and then click SHOW USERS
7. Highlight the IIS anonymous user account (usually IUSR_<machinename>), click ADD
8. Go back to the "Security" tab by hitting OK
9. Click "Use custom launch permissions", and the click EDIT
10. Click ADD and then click SHOW USERS
11. Highlight the IIS anonymous user account (usually IUSR_<machinename>), click ADD
12. Hit OK, and then hit APPLY.

Also, you should look at the "Identity" tab in the Microsoft Word Document PROPERTIES and see that it is set to "Interactive User"
 

ALSO, log into the machine AS the IUSR_<machinename> account, start word, and make sure to click through the dialog boxes that Word shows the first time it is run for a certain user.  In other words, make sure Word opens cleanly for the IUSR_ user.

More useful information could be found here:
http://www.email-screen.com/support-doc2txt.html
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sodeh at dana dot ir
9 years ago
for connection to sql server and know the utf-8 code
use this method to connect the database

$db = new COM("ADODB.Connection",NULL, 65001 );
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dpchiesa at hotmail dot com
5 years ago
Here's a way to create an AES-Encrypted ZIP file in PHP, using DotNetZip via the COM class.

<?php
try
{
 
$fname = "zip-generated-from-php-" . date('Y-m-d-His') . ".zip";
 
$zipOutput = "c:\\temp\\" . $fname;
 
$zip = new COM("Ionic.Zip.ZipFile");
 
$zip->Name = $zipOutput;
 
$dirToZip= "c:\\temp\\psh";
 
#$dirToZip= "c:\\dinoch\\webs\\php";
 
$zip->Encryption = 3;
 
$zip->Password = "AES-Encryption-Is-Secure";
 
$zip->AddDirectory($dirToZip);
 
$zip->Save();
 
$zip->Dispose();

  if (
file_exists($zipOutput))
  {
   
header('Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate');
   
header('Content-Type: application/x-zip');
   
header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=' . $fname);
   
header('Content-Length: ' . filesize($zipOutput));
   
readfile($zipOutput);
   
unlink($zipOutput);
  }
  else
  {
    echo
'<html>';
    echo
'  <head>';
    echo
'  <title>Calling DotNetZip from PHP through COM</title>';
    echo
'  <link rel="stylesheet" href="basic.css"/>';
    echo
'  </head>';
    echo
'<body>';
    echo
'<h2>Whoops!</h2>' . "<br/>\n";
    echo
'<p>The file was not successfully generated.</p>';
    echo
'</body>';
    echo
'</html>';
  }
}
catch (
Exception $e)
{
    echo
'<html>';
    echo
'  <head>';
    echo
'  <title>Calling DotNetZip from PHP through COM</title>';
    echo
'  <link rel="stylesheet" href="basic.css"/>';
    echo
'  </head>';
    echo
'<body>';
    echo
'<h2>Whoops!</h2>' . "<br/>\n";
    echo
'<p>The file was not successfully generated.</p>';
    echo
'<p>Caught exception: '$e->getMessage(), '</p>', "\n";
    echo
'<pre>';
    echo
$e->getTraceAsString(), "\n";
    echo
'</pre>';
    echo
'</body>';
    echo
'</html>';
}

?>
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pavanphp at sparsh dot net
5 years ago
This is the code for entering Values in MS word through Php Program.

First : You need to make word file with including Boolmark
(Ms word 2003 , Insert -> Bookmark ->Bookmark Name -> add).
Example
Name : add here bookmark
This is something like input as a text box.  Here I given 5 fields.
Name , TODAYDATE , Company ,project , Features

Here I opened a word file, and put data into Bookmark fields using PHP.

Just note : it works in c:/ only. (not sure why), C:/program files may take longer time. (waiting for ...)

<?php

com_load_typelib
('Word.Application');

$word = new COM("word.application") or die("Unable to instantiate Word");

// use like this. Place your's word file in C drive
$word->Documents->Open('C:/reminder_new.doc');
echo
$current_date = date("m/d/Y");

$tim= date("Y-m-d");

$info_array=array(  "Name"      => "pavan",
                   
"TODAYDATE" => "$tim" ,
                   
"Company"   => "sparsh" ,
                   
"project"   => "Myrepc",
                   
"Features"   => "Auto fill form editor") ;

foreach(
$info_array as $bookmarkname => $re)
    {

       
$objBookmark = $word->ActiveDocument->Bookmarks($bookmarkname);
       
$range = $objBookmark->Range;
        echo
$range->Text = $re ;

    }

$new_file = "c:/reminder_filled.doc";

$word->Documents[1]->SaveAs($new_file);

$word->ActiveDocument->Close(false);

$word->Quit();
$word = null;

?>
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jnv at jnv dot ch
10 years ago
Be sure you have Word, Excel, .. on your server or it will not work !
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