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Which file sets the path for uploads?

Thread began 12/19/2019 7:32 am by Sweens | Last modified 12/19/2019 12:29 pm by Ray Borduin | 53 views | 4 replies |

Sweens

Which file sets the path for uploads?

Hi Ray

On one site I use for testing, uploads go to the correct place, but on the real server, users report the following:
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The link that it set up for me was <a href="../../home/domain/public_html/upimages/distreps/1150/120/file.pdf"> whereas if I change it to <a href="../../upimages/distreps/1150/120/ file.pdf"> then it does work
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My config file has the following line:
$_SESSION['KCFINDER']['uploadURL'] = "upimages/"; //Upload Folder

Might the problem be fixed if I change this to
$_SESSION['KCFINDER']['uploadURL'] = "/upimages/"; //Upload Folder

Unfortunately, I don't have ftp access now to the real site, otherwise I'd try it out!

Cheers
Chris

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It may be an issue with an older version of the Framework files giving the wrong path. I'd need FTP access to debug this one.

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Sweens

Hi Ray

Thanks - I don't have ftp access to the live site (which is a real pain!). I can give you ftp access to my test site.

If it's a matter of sending newer files to be uploaded, which would they be?

Cheers
Chris

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Potentially the /webassist/framework folder.

FTP access to a site that works wouldn't help. I'd need to be able to reproduce the issue. Its like asking a mechanic to fix a car without seeing the car but you have the same make and model car he can look at that works. It just doesn't help when diagnosing an issue like this.

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Sweens

Te he! You're quite right.

I'll try sending the framework files.

Thanks for your help

Chris

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