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Bulk uploading image problem

Thread began 4/15/2010 8:06 pm by carlene | Last modified 4/16/2010 12:04 pm by carlene | 659 views | 3 replies

carleneBeta Tester

Bulk uploading image problem

Hi there!

I've pre-built my products catalog on another server and exported it to my real server, everything's working fine. EXCEPT - when trying to upload my images to the imagesupload directory I get the following error in Fetch: Server Responded Permission denied.

Since the real server is a different configuration than the test server - (I'm using GoDaddy and a Virtual Dedicated server) I'm just wondering which permissions I'm needing to be able to drag these images in. I already imported them through the CMS on the other server so the names should match. Also I did a test with importing images through the CMS and it worked just fine - but I am adding additional images so need to upload them manually.

I was able to upload the images in bulk on my test server just fine.

Any ideas?


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