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Suppose you have a PHP script with the following contents (simple example for Unix here):

 <?php
 phpinfo();
 ?>

To enable the JobScheduler to execute this script, you have to make two changes to the script.

  • First, add one line to the top of the script:

     #!/usr/bin/php
     
     <?php
     phpinfo();
     ?>
    


    Note that the first line is an interpreter directive, which tells the operating system which program to load.

  • Secondly, make this file executable with: chmod u+x info.php

    You also can add the script directly to the job definition instead of using a separate file.

     

     

     <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
     <job name="job_execphp">
        <script language="shell">
            <![CDATA[
     #!/usr/bin/php
     <?php
     phpinfo();
     ?>
             ]]>
         </script>
         <run_time/>
     </job>

 

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