how to write cannot
Can’t? Cannot? Can not? Find out the right way to use all three.
Don’t use can not when you mean cannot. The only time you’re likely to see can not written as separate words is when the word “can” happens to precede some other phrase that happens to start with “not”:
I have a .net 2.0 application that I have migrated from a Windows Server 2003/IIS6 to Windows Server 2008/IIS7
This application needs to write to a folder in the public folders section on the server. I have given full rights to:
So I’ve seen a few other posts on here regarding this, but I’ve attempted all the best answers listed on those posts and none of them have worked for me, so I’m going to post here in the hopes that someone is able to help.
None of these have worked and I’m constantly greeted with the error; InvalidArgumentException with message ‘Cannot write to directory “/public/storage/images”‘ .
Instead, you don’t want to close the underlying stream so change your code to
You are trying to reuse the same underlying stream to write using CsvWriter