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My upload is not working - I get an error that "The requested URL /FaithCentre/OnlineStore/uploader.php was not found on this server." There is an include placed at page top that correctly paths: <?php require_once("../webassist/file_manipulation/hel

Thread began 9/07/2015 12:58 pm by randyrie405335 | Last modified 10/05/2015 4:18 pm by randyrie405335 | 693 views | 4 replies


I cleared the form action value and now the upload works... what inserted this value in the first place?

On another note, this same page has an update server behavior which includes an HTMLEditor function. The update does not work (it did before I added the upload capability) and I don't believe I've changed anything but remove the form action value to <form action="" ...> Can you see what is preventing the update behavior from working? One question: I'm using your HTMLEditor from the DataBridge extension and the DWCS6 legacy update behavior. Should I be using the MYSQLi update behavior instead of Adobe's legacy behavior or are the two behaviors OK together?

I'm attaching the updated webpage.

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