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When I try to UnZip a file with special characters in then name, like "ó", I get this error:

ChilkatLog: OpenZip: DllDate: Aug 9 2012 UnlockPrefix: AEDOLSZIP Username: srv1.indeser.com: Architecture: Little Endian; 32-bit Language: Linux PHP VerboseLogging: 0 zipPath: /home/docunet/domains/documentosonline.net/public_html/_develop/217/data/Clientes_1/Andres/Documento con acento en la ó.public.txt.aedol oemCodePage: 65001 pathQP: /home/docunet/domains/documentosonline.net/public_html/_develop/217/data/Cl= ientes_1/Andres/Documento con acento en la =C3=B3.public.txt.aedol errno: 2 osErrorMessage: No such file or directory Failed to open file. mode: r path: /home/docunet/domains/documentosonline.net/public_html/_develop/217/data/Clientes_1/Andres/Documento con acento en la ó.public.txt.aedol Failed to open Zip file. Failed. --OpenZip --ChilkatLog

Files are AES encrypted. Files name encoding are Windows-1252.

If I do php command: file_exists(), the file exits.

Why OpenZip d'not found the file.

Thank you. Regards, Andrés Berenguer

asked Feb 01 '13 at 12:59

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edited Feb 12 '13 at 05:21

The file does not exist. The error returned by the underlying system call is:

No such file or directory

The exact path your application passed was:

/home/docunet/domains/documentosonline.net/public_html/_develop/217/data/Clientes_1/Andres/Documento con acento en la ó.public.txt.aedol


answered Feb 04 '13 at 10:38

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