How to change the mode of a file using Python?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Published on 26-Dec-2017 11:08:23
To change the permission of a file, you can use the os.chmod(file, mode) call. Note that the mode should be specified in octal representation and therefore must begin with a 0o. For example, to make a file readonly, you can set the permission to 0o777, you can use:>>> import os ... Read More

How to concatenate two files into a new file using Python?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Published on 26-Dec-2017 11:04:11
To merge multiple files in a new file, you can simply read files and write them to a new file using loops.For examplefilenames = ['file1.txt', 'file2.txt', 'file3.txt'] with open('output_file', 'w') as outfile:     for fname in filenames:         with open(fname) as infile:         ... Read More

How to merge multiple files into a new file using Python?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Published on 26-Dec-2017 10:55:29
To merge multiple files in a new file, you can simply read files and write them to a new file using loops.For examplefilenames = ['file1.txt', 'file2.txt', 'file3.txt'] with open('output_file', 'w') as outfile:     for fname in filenames:         with open(fname) as infile:         ... Read More

How to check if a file exists or not using Python?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Published on 26-Dec-2017 10:52:26
You can use os.access(path, mode) to check the file permissions and existence with modes for reading, writing and execution permissions.For example>>> import os >>> os.access('my_file', os.F_OK) # Check for existence of file True >>> os.access('my_file', os.R_OK) # Check for read access True >>> os.access('my_file', os.W_OK) # Check for write access ... Read More

How to change file permissions in Python?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Published on 26-Dec-2017 10:48:07
To change the permission of a file, you can use the os.chmod(file, mode) call. Note that the mode should be specified in octal representation and therefore must begin with a 0o. For example, to make a file readonly, you can set the permission to 0o777, you can use:>>> import os ... Read More

How to change the owner of a directory using Python?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Published on 26-Dec-2017 10:38:28
You can change the owner of a file or a directory using the pwd, grp and os modules. The uid module is used to get the uid from user name, grp to get gid group name string and os to change the owner:Exampleimport pwd import grp import os uid = ... Read More

How to change the permission of a directory using Python?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Published on 26-Dec-2017 10:33:49
On a platform with the chmod command available, you could call the chmod command like this:>>> import subprocess >>> subprocess.call(['chmod', '-R', '+w', 'my_folder'])If you want to use the os module, you'll have to recursively write it:Using os: import os def change_permissions_recursive(path, mode):     for root, dirs, files in os.walk(path, ... Read More

How to change the permission of a file using Python?

Rajendra Dharmkar
Published on 26-Dec-2017 10:29:55
To change the permission of a file, you can use the os.chmod(file, mode) call. Note that the mode should be specified in octal representation and therefore must begin with a 0o. For example, to make a file readonly, you can set the permission to 0o777, you can use:>>> import os ... Read More

Values are not readable while calling RFC method in .net via SAP.NET Connector 2.0

John SAP
Published on 26-Dec-2017 00:47:44
Please check if you have same Unicode encoding in SAP and .NET Connector.

Difference between Dev and Pro while configuring Transport system in SAP

John SAP
Published on 26-Dec-2017 00:46:16
Note that both production and development system should point to same directory. SAP never transfer files from one transport directory to another. Below is the process:You release a request from dev system. This create files in /usr/sap/trans/(data & cofiles).When STMS Transport Management System is configured correctly, you immediately see the ... Read More
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