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advanced image upload not available

Thread began 11/03/2009 4:37 pm by info302241 | Last modified 11/13/2009 2:22 pm by Eric Mittman | 3904 views | 18 replies |

info302241

advanced image upload not available

when uploading an image only the "old" imge upload is visable. When installen selected the advanced image uplooad

Please HELP!!

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Eric Mittman

When you apply the new HTML editor to a page you must ensure that you use an Advanced Manager preset. You must then click on the customize button to configure the file upload settings. In this new interface you must enable file management, specify the upload folder, specify the connection to your db, then choose your security settings.

Once you have filled in those parts you will be able to use the Advanced Manger to upload your files.

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info302241

already done that

Hi, thanx for the reply, but that's just the way I did it, but still.... no tables created in database, nothing wokrs.

Regards
Martin

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Eric Mittman

Are you experiencing any issues related to your connection, are you able to make a new page and apply a recordset to that page to ensure that the connection is configured and working correctly? Also when it comes to the security access that you have allowed what is this set to?

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info302241

no other problems

there are no other isseus connecting to the database ort to the webserver, test the databese connection in dreamweaver works fine.

I tried different settings for the security, none of them have any efect.

Regards
Martin

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Are you using HTML Editor on your local computer or the remote server?

Did you previously have iRite installed?


If so, try deleting the WA_iRite directory.

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info302241

deleted preieus version

the previeous folders were already deleted, it's a remote seerver. The previous version worked fine, the new one works fine also except the image handeling.

Martin
ps
if you like, i could send you the ftp-login

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office377308

same here: no advanced file upload possibilities. (kfm_)

but I know it already worked in a test environment.
I started a new project now, where I need the advanced file upload possibilities. But no tables are created in the database. Everything seems to work fine but as mentioned all of the advanced features are missing.
Global File Upload Settings: Enable file management, writeable Upload Directory, Connection setting. Allow access to Everyone (because it's behind a password protected admin subdirectory). It runs on a local Apache Server in our LAN.
Help file suggests: "The HTML Editor will automatically create a number of required database tables with the prefix 'kfm_'."
which is not the case.

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info302241

i'm not allone ;o)

Good to hear that i'm not the only one with this problem

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Eric Mittman

I had a colleague point out something to me that may be causing problems for you as well. In order to get any file upload functionality you must check the boxes for it on the general tab. This interface is loaded when you click on the first configure button, make sure you have both checkboxes checked here. This part is also mentioned in the getting started guide on page 3 steps nine and ten, here is a link:

html_editor_gsg.pdf

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