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Thread began 3/15/2010 4:12 am by david.miller11877 | Last modified 3/15/2010 2:22 pm by Jason Byrnes | 522 views | 1 replies |

david.miller11877

upload location

I am using win7 and CS4, and trying to use Digital File Pro to work with a contact form. I can see that the files are being uploaded to a tmp folder on the server, but I can not get them to my upload forlder. My form is loacated in public_html/foldername/form.php. My upload forlder is public_html/foldername/upload/. I added public_html/foldername/upload/files/ and I am pointing to the files folder per the win7 bug. I am using foldername/files/ as my location.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

a few things to try to trouble shoot the problem?


add the following code at line 1 to make sure error reporting is turned on:

php:
<?php

error
(reporting(E_ALL);
ini_set('display_errors','on');
?>



If there are other behaviors on the page that may redirect to another page, set them to not redirect.

on the bindings panel, expand the WA Upload Files Global Status and add the debug info binding to your page.

after testing an upload, post back any php errors that ay be reported and the results of the debug info along with a copy of your page so I can examine the code.

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