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file upload does not work on update page.

Thread began 6/22/2011 9:47 am by Base5 Designs | Last modified 6/23/2011 12:37 pm by Base5 Designs | 1658 views | 8 replies

Base5 Designs

Thanks For your time jason, i really appreciate it.

For anybody wondering what the issue was as ususal something very simple.

i was using an absoloute path for the upload, which was causing the problem.

so if you have similar issues check that you are using document relative paths.

i was using a absolute path as the update page was a plug-in used by the framework builder.

I thought it would take the path from the page the framework builder was applied too.

this is not the case:
in fact it appears that the framework builder when including plugins, will process the plugin from the folder it resides in so using a path relative to the plug-in page is the correct way forward.

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