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filebrowser blank screen

Thread began 1/26/2011 2:28 pm by info302241 | Last modified 7/08/2011 9:08 am by biesheuvel378713 | 2039 views | 11 replies |

info302241

filebrowser blank screen

Hi there

When clicking the browse server button for uplaoding an image it gives a blank screen, nos message, nothing....


Regards
Martin

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biesheuvel378713

Same here. It uploads the image (checked it on my testserver) stores the names in the databse but the screen remains blank.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It probably means there is an error on the page that is being blocked because you have error reporting turned off in your php.ini.

I'd try turning error reporting on and hopefully you can get an error message that I can use to direct you on how to fix the problem.

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biesheuvel378713

Error reporting is on but unfortunately it doesn't give any message

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biesheuvel378713

(to be more precise)

The filemanger shows up, shows every button and I can even upload the files. But the files doesn't show up in the filemanager.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This will happen if you don't have gd2 installed on your server. Open your php.ini file and remove the semi-colon in front of the line that references gd2.

Then you'll have to start and stop your server and it should start working. GD is php's library for editing images, so it is used to create the thumbs and do the cropping and rotation freatures.

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biesheuvel378713

The gd2 library is installed. I've also checked the upload behaviour but this works fine. It creates a thumbnail.

The filemanager of the html editor uploads the image but it doesn't create a thumb. Also it doesn't list the files. In the database the files exist ??

I use win7 64 bit dreamweaver cs5

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biesheuvel378713

I've created the testsite again and set the upload function to a subdirectorie of the upload directory. The filemanager uploads the files into the upload directory and not the subdirectory.

The very first time I ran the filemanager from within html editor it gives a message: files not found in "/"

Again it doesn't make any thumbs nor does it list the file names while in the database all the files are registered.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

We looked into this issue in a connect meeting... Oddly the page /webassist/kfm/get.php would return a 403 or 404 error when passed a url parameter like: /webassist/kfm/get.php?id=1

But we found that creating a copy of the page with a different name would be accessible.

So we did that and did a find and replace on the whole site with get.php and the new page name and that corrected the problem.

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biesheuvel378713

I've build another testing site and the problem keeps coming back on my local wamp server. Funny thing is that for instance get.php?id=1 doesn't produce the strange 404 error on the wamp server.

So I made changes to rename the get.php to test.php (like we did) and uploaded it to the production server and there it work perfectally???

Now I'm starting a (hobby) project so time is not really an issue does it make sence to wait for an update, I mean is it coming soon?

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