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digital file pro Extension Not Working

Thread began 8/14/2009 11:13 am by ryan.boyington264642 | Last modified 8/28/2009 10:17 am by ryan.boyington264642 | 9953 views | 18 replies


Digital file pro not working

I am using Digital File Pro (not version 2), but it is not working properly. here are the problems I noticed

1) when I select upload directory one level up called images .. it show ../ , and images are targeted to root folder, but when I change it manually from code to ../images/ , it uploads files to images folder outside my admin folder. but it is not recorded to database and when I try to view it, it says invalid image.

2) If I don't anything to upload folder location, it records file name to database, but file is not moved to root folder even.

I am a ADDT user, but trying to change to WA suites, but now I am having pain to do it. is there anyway we can get a fast response like online chat?

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