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advanced image upload not available

Thread began 11/03/2009 4:37 pm by info302241 | Last modified 11/13/2009 2:22 pm by info302241 | 4012 views | 18 replies


same here: no advanced file upload possibilities. (kfm_)

but I know it already worked in a test environment.
I started a new project now, where I need the advanced file upload possibilities. But no tables are created in the database. Everything seems to work fine but as mentioned all of the advanced features are missing.
Global File Upload Settings: Enable file management, writeable Upload Directory, Connection setting. Allow access to Everyone (because it's behind a password protected admin subdirectory). It runs on a local Apache Server in our LAN.
Help file suggests: "The HTML Editor will automatically create a number of required database tables with the prefix 'kfm_'."
which is not the case.

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