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Where to store the downloadable files for download center

Thread began 9/27/2013 10:51 am by pedstone | Last modified 9/30/2013 11:42 am by pedstone | 1005 views | 3 replies


Thanks for fast reply. In the meantime I tested it against an older xampp test server on Win7 and it worked like a charm. But moving the same files to an xampp server 1.8.3 on a Win 8 machine i got this issue.

I have the following folder structure on both machines :
| - htdocs
| | - website
| - Downloads

Path in Download Behaviour is ../../Downloads/

This is identical on both installation. The only variation is that on the working version xampp is installed in Drive C:
and the not working one is on drive E:

Any hints are appreciated

I did an identical install of the same xampp version in the same directory like on the working machine, but still have the same issue.
Seems to be a Win8 / xampp issue


UPS - my bad !! The issue was that the wrong Download folder was moved to the new xampp and of course the file names didn't match!
After correcting this it works like a charm. :-)

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