Re: Page_Attachments


#1

I am testing on two local machines will full admin rights. I have been
doing more testing this morning and found that it seems to work
intermittently, sometimes a file will upload and sometimes nothing seems
to happen, although if I keep trying long enough I usually win!

Also if I select several files to upload some may upload, and some may
not. If I try again the files that didn’t upload the first time may
upload the second time, so it isn’t a problem with the files themselves
so I can’t find a cause for this, has anyone had anything similar?

Many thanks

Sharon

Message: 1
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2007 20:26:31 +0200
From: David P. removed_email_address@domain.invalid
Subject: Re: [Radiant] Page_Attachments
To: removed_email_address@domain.invalid
Message-ID: removed_email_address@domain.invalid
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Does the filesystem have write access to the proper folder (I’m
guessing
its /YOUR-PROJECT/public/files)?

My mistake, the filesystem needs write access to /YOUR-PROJECT/public/

It will add a new directory titled “page_attachments” and store uploads
there.


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#2

I’m suddenly getting this same error with a PDF file I am trying to
attach. Other files (PDF, JPG, and TXT) have worked fine up until this
point and can be attached to the page, just not this specific PDF.


#3

David P. wrote:

I’m suddenly getting this same error with a PDF file I am trying to
attach. Other files (PDF, JPG, and TXT) have worked fine up until this
point and can be attached to the page, just not this specific PDF.

Did you ever fix this?


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com


#4

John W. Long wrote:

Did you ever fix this?

No. Its still a lingering issue.

I’m actually at about a 50% success rate for attaching PDFs. They either
consistently attach or consistently fail – not once has trying the same
file multiple times suddenly worked for me (unlike Sharon’s statement
above).

I’m wondering if it is failing because Radiant doesn’t like the PDFs’
binary data or something…?


#5

What’s your hosting solution?

Sean


#6

John W. Long wrote:

Did you ever fix this?

Fixed via Sean’s patch here:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/111949

Thanks guys!


#7

No - noone has replied as yet :frowning: