Hey Everyone- I would really appreciate some help with the use of the file_column plugin. I have it working very well on my local Windows development machine, but have not been able to get it to work on my shared host (dreamhost). When trying to upload a file, I get this error message: "Application error Rails application failed to start properly" The thing is, file_column is _mostly_ working: it accepts the uploaded file, saves it to the local file system and updates the database with the filename. There is some last step in the file upload process within file_column that is generating this error message. Has any one seen this before? I thought it may have something to do with file permissions on the shared host which don't exist on my Windows development machine. Other than that, I'm at a loss. Thanks for any help or advice! Michael
on 2007-04-20 02:37
on 2007-04-20 08:03
could possibly be capitalisation issues dreamhost is case sensitive try uploading an image with all lower case letters eg thebigpicture.jpg
on 2007-04-20 08:19
hack the file_column.rb in the plugins/file_column folder new_local_file_path = File.join(tmp_base_dir,@tmp_dir,@filename) FileUtils.mv(local_file_path, new_local_file_path) unless new_local_file_path.downcase == local_file_path.downcase local_file_path = new_local_file_path and in your controller do some file manipulation to save all files as lower case I know it seems like a dodgy hack, but I use it to guarantee all files are set to lowercase...