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Thread began 3/08/2010 6:15 pm by jon392819 | Last modified 3/09/2010 12:59 pm by Jason Byrnes | 688 views | 2 replies |


File upload

Hi Guys,

On both my testing (XAMPP) and remote server the file upload is not working. It says the file is uploaded ok but nothing is visible. I have set the upload folder which is /cms/assets/

Am I missing something? Thanks


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problem fixed but unsure why

Hi, I changed the upload folder from 2 down from the root folder to a subfolder of the root. Any reasons why my first folder did not work?


PS. This solution is better than my last which was tinymce but I must say, yet again that the WA user guides are very very poor. This is not just a throw away comment, I spent 10 years as a trainer writing course material for Unilever. I really do think WA needs to put more resourses into its documentation.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It could be that the permissions on the folder you selected .initially did not allow for write access.

I will forward your comments to our documentation team.

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