How to set max length of a json file with xampp?

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by alivia , in category: General Help , a month ago

How to set max length of a json file with xampp?

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by jewel , a month ago

@alivia 

There is no built-in feature in XAMPP to set a maximum length for a JSON file. However, you can implement this by writing some custom code in your PHP script. Here's how you can do it:

  1. In your PHP script that handles the JSON file, you can check the size of the JSON file using the filesize() function.
  2. Compare the size of the file with the maximum size that you want to set. If the file size exceeds the maximum size, you can either delete the file or take some other action like displaying an error message to the user.
  3. Here is an example code snippet that shows how you can implement this in your PHP script:
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$maxFileSize = 1024 * 1024; // 1 MB - Set your desired maximum file size here
$filePath = "path/to/your/json/file.json";

if (file_exists($filePath)) {
    $fileSize = filesize($filePath);

    if ($fileSize > $maxFileSize) {
        unlink($filePath); // Delete the file if it exceeds the maximum size
        echo "File exceeds maximum size limit. Please try again.";
    }
}


  1. Make sure to replace "path/to/your/json/file.json" with the actual path to your JSON file.


By implementing the above code in your PHP script, you can set a maximum length for the JSON file and take appropriate actions if the file size exceeds the limit.