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DFP no longer works on new server

Thread began 2/23/2010 1:16 pm by Steve | Last modified 2/23/2010 3:18 pm by Steve | 961 views | 2 replies |


DFP no longer works on new server

Just migrated to a new W2k8 server and now my uploads stopped working. Latest versions of PHP and MySQL

Any ideas what could prevent an uploaded file when the prior code worked fine?
No errors returned.

Also create s super simple page with just a form, file Field and a submit button. Added DFP to upload to the default images dir and same thing. No error and no file uploaded.

Any ideas??

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

could be a php error occuring.

to trouble file uploads, follow these steps:
1) Add the following code a t line 1:



2) Make sure there are no other server behaviors on the page that may redirect to another page.

3) On the bindings panel, expand the WA Upoad Files Global Status section and bind the Debug info to the page.

Post back the debug info after trying an upload along with any errors and a copy of the page.

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php opendir was configured but prior server it was not so removing the value solved the problem (php.ini)

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