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I have moved server and the HTML editor does not now show - I have uploaded all relevant files - the server is IIS7 if this has any bearing

Thread began 5/14/2014 10:53 am by alib75702 | Last modified 12/05/2014 3:19 pm by Sweens | 2710 views | 30 replies |

alib75702

I have moved server and the HTML editor does not now show - I have uploaded all relevant files - the server is IIS7 if this has any bearing

I have put a very simple sample up here - nothing complicated - just the editor with nothing messed with - I need to get this sorted as a matter of urgency as it is on a system almost ready to go live

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Some of the ckeditor files are missing form the server. see PM for additional details.

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alib75702

how odd - I had installed and moved the files - and they weren't there locally - ah well - sorry to have wasted your time and thank you for your lovely quick response

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you're welcome.

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Sweens

Hi Jason

I have also moved the site to a new server. The html editor window dosplays fine and tex/style updates work.

However, when you go to insert an image or file, then 'browse server', the file manager window opens, but no thumbnails are displayed, nor subfoldrs that have previously been created.

When you click the 'browse for file', select a file, then 'upload', nothing appears to happen and the winsow remains blank. If you try to upload the file again, you get a message to say the file already exists - even though you can't see anyting anywhere!

I have uploaded all the webassist files, the database tables and everything else I can think of - but haven't changed any odf the web assist files, thinking 'it worked before...'

Any ideas?

many thanks, as always

Chris

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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Sweens

pm

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, the side bar will show all subdirectories, there is not a way to determine which subdirectories belong to a specific ID.

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Sweens

pm

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I need to see this in order to trouble shoot,

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