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Thread began 5/27/2009 3:19 pm by paul.urgero235355 | Last modified 1/28/2010 4:51 pm by paul.urgero235355 | 17903 views | 75 replies


After checking the permissions on the folder, my user account was listed there with the correct permissions (read, write, execute). The Products_Insert.php page is putting the images in the \images\Upload folder, under my www directory.

In that folder, there are about 16 image variations (all with a different number at the end) from todays date. So that is showing me that they are going to the correct folder that is stated in the products_insert file.

So I deleted them all, just to see what would happen. Now, the only error I get is:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function WA_DFP_Resize() in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\HCRESELLER\acalamed\\www\DB_Admin\Products_Insert.php on line 76

Here is line 76: WA_DFP_Resize($WA_DFP_UploadStatus["WA_UploadResult1"],400,400);

When I looked back into the \images\upload folder, there aren't any images there now.


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