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Kae's File Manager problem

Thread began 2/18/2016 1:33 pm by olivier | Last modified 2/22/2016 12:52 pm by Ray Borduin | 314 views | 9 replies |

olivier

Kae's File Manager problem

Hello,
On one of my websites, I made an update from a template created with siteassist professional, and since then the publisher's file manager associated with the CMS stops working completely. When Sir support the Browse button on the link search window (eg. Insert a picture) no tree structure is displayed. The files are sent but are not visible and the link can be established with the file.
This is the screen that I get :
http://www.webassist.com/forums/attachments/temp/452010/cache/var/www/vhosts/webassist.com/user_uploads/forums/attachments/temp/452010/proportion/kfm_window_w163_h100/kfm_window_02180132.png
Do you have an idea?
My server uses php 5.6 and the database is MySQL 5.5 format.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Can I see a copy of the file: webassist/kfm/configuration.php

I can take a look and see if I can spot an issue there.

I may need to debug this one live as well if you can give me a URL to access the page and any necessary login credentials I could see if there are any javascript errors on the page.

You might try going to the database and deleting all of the tables that have names that begin with "kfm_"... sometimes the database gets corrupted and if you simply delete all of the tables it will recreate them properly. I've seen that before.

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olivier

I try the "removal of kfm_ tables" and I'll let you know

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olivier

Kae's File Manager problem

nothing changed.
Attached is the contents of my WebAssist / kfm / configuration.php

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'll have to debug this directly. Can I get the url/ login information and FTP access?

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olivier

Site URL : http://lesmyosotis-ste-foy.fr/
CMS admin : http://lesmyosotis-ste-foy.fr/admin_cms/users_login.php?accesscheck=%2Fadmin_cms%2Findex.php%3F

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The issue is with the odd named files and folders that have been uploaded. I couldn't even delete them through Dreamweaver, and when I downloaded them they don't even show up in windows explorer.

I renamed the files directory to files_old and I'm re-uploading all of the files that appear in windows and it appears to be working again.

I've also uploaded a new file manager for your contents update page. If you like it you can copy over the line on the update page and use it on the insert page as well. You can see the line I added at line 409 of the contents_update.php page and the line I commented out below. It may do better preventing uploading and naming of folders that cause issues.

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olivier

Thank you for your help.
I will try to understand how this change in the file system has been effected and will use your changes for the future.
An additional question: would not it be interesting to use a slightly more recent and powerful editor that the couple Cke + Kfm (which no longer exists)?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes... that is why I implemented a newer version on the update page for you to look at.

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olivier

Hello,
After your change, I made a French version of the CMS manager.
If it would be helpful for your French-speaking users, you can retrieve it on the site you still have FTP access.
Please keep me informed.
Have a good day.
Regards,
Olivier Walter.

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