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Cifug
EXTGallery Upload Error
  • 2011/12/9 2:08

  • Cifug

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  • Posts: 208

  • Since: 2007/12/13


Hi, I have no problems uploading a photo using the standard form. However when I use the extended form (java), the photos are uploading to the server/uploads/extgallery/public-photo/ folder but not displayed in the module. I get the below alert message for each photo upload. Wehn I click "OK" it will then upload the next photo but give the alert again and so on for each photo.

Resized Image


My current config is:

eXtGallery Version : 1.1.0
XOOPS Version : XOOPS 2.5.0 (OK)

Graphics GD library version : bundled (2.0.34 compatible)
GIF support : OK
JPEG support : OK
PNG support : OK

Upload max filesize : 50M
Post max size : 8M


Any help would be fantastic.

Cheers,
Marty.

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Cifug
Re: EXTGallery Upload Error
  • 2011/12/12 6:32

  • Cifug

  • Quite a regular

  • Posts: 208

  • Since: 2007/12/13


Does anyone have any ideas?

Cheers,
Marty.

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voltan
Re: EXTGallery Upload Error
  • 2011/12/12 10:11

  • voltan

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 724

  • Since: 2006/12/5


Hello

what is your local system Java version and local system OS?
It possible for you test it whit other computer?

I test whit windows 7 and Java x and in Linux whit last Java version and I don't have problem.

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redheadedrod
Re: EXTGallery Upload Error

There is a known issue with the multiple upload module that is written in Java. It may be a system setting or version issue but I loaded the same version of Java on my machine and loaded it on another individuals machine and while it worked on mine it did not work on his. I don't think it is a Java version issue. I will be taking Java for the next semester so if we can track down the source code for this I am more than willing to try seeing if I can make it work right all the time. And maybe add some functionality in the process. Many people have had issues with this so I would like to try looking into it and getting it figured out once and for all.

Attending College working towards Bachelors in Software Engineering and Network Security.

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dbman
Re: EXTGallery Upload Error
  • 2011/12/12 20:31

  • dbman

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 172

  • Since: 2005/4/28


look in control panel -> java. Under advanced tab -> mixed code check "enable show warning if needed". This will prompt you to allow the certificate for the jupload applet.

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redheadedrod
Re: EXTGallery Upload Error

The source code for this is included in the package so I will do what I can to look through it and see if I can see anything wrong with it.

My Java class doesn't start until January so I will likely wait until Java makes more sense to me before trying to pull apart this program. I have pulled up the source code and looked at small sections of it so I do know I can edit it. I just don't know what to do with it yet.

So expect this will be a march/april project for me to try figuring out why it doesn't work for everyone.



Attending College working towards Bachelors in Software Engineering and Network Security.

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Cifug
Re: EXTGallery Upload Error
  • 2011/12/15 1:38

  • Cifug

  • Quite a regular

  • Posts: 208

  • Since: 2007/12/13


Hi, sorry I haven't replied as I was out of town for a few days.

I did try on a buddies PC and it worked fine.

I also checked the "show warning if needed" box in control panel and this appears to have fixed the problem.

Thankyou very much...you guys rock!!

Regards,
Marty.

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redheadedrod
Re: EXTGallery Upload Error

Can you tell us the version of Java you are using? Thanks!
Attending College working towards Bachelors in Software Engineering and Network Security.

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dbman
Re: EXTGallery Upload Error
  • 2011/12/15 17:18

  • dbman

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 172

  • Since: 2005/4/28


This applet is an open source project available here:
http://jupload.sourceforge.net/

Check the dependencies page for compatibility if you wish to recompile. I think the minimum java requirement is version 1.5.

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Cifug
Re: EXTGallery Upload Error
  • 2011/12/16 0:01

  • Cifug

  • Quite a regular

  • Posts: 208

  • Since: 2007/12/13


Hi again, it appears to be not working again...seams to be random or something. Sometimes it works and other times it doesn't.

My java version is: Version 6 Update 29 (build 1.6.0_29-b11)

This is really annoying lol. If I rotate a pic it definately wont insert into the gallery. But like I said just a straight upload works sometimes and not other times...even using the exact same pics.

Marty.

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