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FTP Client Upload Error

Thread began 7/01/2010 2:21 pm by mjlowery2010409736 | Last modified 7/01/2010 9:23 pm by Eric Mittman | 860 views | 1 replies |


FTP Client Upload Error


I have been working with PS3 for the past week or so trying to load in various products to my online store. I have been using XXAMP software to run the PS3 on a local host server. This is where I was able to customize my store by adding the different settings, content, as well as the products. I am now trying to upload my files to a FTP client on When I upload my files to the FTP client, it gets to a point where an error is raised somewhere in the ..\PowerStore\HTMLeditor\plugins\kfm path and says "Unable to upload one of more file(s). Software cause connection abort: socket write error. I have no clue what I am doing wrong and which file within this directory got messed up. Please help.


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Eric Mittman

You might want to try making a copy of the site with the files in it, then try uploading the copy of the files. The file that cannot be uploaded might be in use when you are trying to upload and it cannot be accessed. If this is the case a copy of the files should allow you to upload.

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