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iRite looking for php connector, but I'm using ASP!

Thread began 6/03/2009 3:16 am by YellowCircleWeb | Last modified 6/03/2009 4:05 pm by YellowCircleWeb | 2486 views | 3 replies


iRite looking for php connector, but I'm using ASP!

I'm trying to build a page that allows me to upload an image file to the server using iRite. I'm using ASP code to do this and an Access database.

When I attempt to browse the server using the iRite image upload app I get the following error message:

"The server didn't send back a proper XML response. Please contact your system administrator."

The image browser is looking for a PHP connector and not finding one so I'm getting the error.

The end of the URL the iRite dialog is looking for is:

How do I change this so it look for the ASP Connector? Everything is set up for ASP and the image browser is the only thing not working correctly in my iRite pages.

Any help is appreciated.

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