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PowerStore: Image Upload, wrong format message

Thread began 8/29/2009 2:03 pm by bludonda0356993 | Last modified 12/30/2009 2:05 pm by bludonda0356993 | 3688 views | 19 replies


Re: Powerstore V2 Image Upload Issue


>> The image file name:
>> "C:\Users\xxxxx\Documents\xxxxxx\Images\products\i mage1.jpg"

Is that a space between the "i" and the "m" in "i mage1.jpg"?

Although I've successfully posted image files with spaces in the name while researching this issue to see if that caused a problem, it's probably a good idea not to have directories, folders or file names with spaces in them. Try renaming the image file without the space and see if that helps.

If that is NOT a space in the original file name and is just a typo here, then I have no idea what your dealing with exactly. It could still be a problem elsewhere in the form with an earlier data field, but I'd think you'd have caught that by now.

Again I'm using PS v1.x and perhaps they've changed the code that validates the characters in the form field to disallow spaces. I noticed that anything other than a hypen/dash or underscore used in the file name caused the "Please enter a valid file (.gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .png)" error alert.

As usual keep us posted here with your results good or bad.


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