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I am a newbie trying to use the Chilkat dll to upload and download files from Amazon using vbscript. I have the DLL registered on my server. Overtime I try to connect to Amazon I get the following error back -

WindowsError: The system cannot find the path specified. WindowsErrorCode: 0x3 win32CreateFileAnsi failed. localFilePath: C:inetpubwwwrootgp-planner.simpleswipe.comeventsgraphicsuploadsfiles currentWorkingDirectory: c:windowssystem32inetsrv localWindowsFilePath: C:inetpubwwwrootgp-planner.simpleswipe.comeventsgraphicsuploadsfiles Failed. --S3_UploadFile --ChilkatLog

How do I change my current working directory?

asked Jun 29 '15 at 17:43

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Hello, it does not look like there are any (back slashes) in your file paths. If you do not mind, please wrap the error code in the a pre block. This will prevent this site from stripping characters.

<pre>some code</pre>
(Jun 29 '15 at 18:55) emartinson
WindowsErrorCode: 0x3 win32CreateFileAnsi failed. localFilePath: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\gp-planner.simpleswipe.com\events\graphics\uploads\files\ currentWorkingDirectory: c:\windows\system32\inetsrv localWindowsFilePath: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\gp-planner.simpleswipe.com\events\graphics\uploads\files\ Failed. --S3_UploadFile --ChilkatLog
(Jun 30 '15 at 08:13) gpfeifer

Have you tried using FileAccess to create and or test the folder structure and permissions?

If FileAccessObj.DirEnsureExists(path_variable) = 1 Then print "ok"
If FileAccessObj.FileExists3(path_variable & "somefile.txt") = 1 then print "ok"

answered Jun 30 '15 at 19:31

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