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Joel Shapiro

Container Uploading adding .html to file name

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Hi Tim

 

I played a bit more with FMWebFrame's Container Uploading.  It works smoothly (nice!) on a one-machine FMS config (12Adv on Mac), but on two separate two-machine configs (12Adv Mac & 12Adv Win), the uploaded file gets ".html" tacked onto the end of the filename.

 

Have you tried this on a two-machine FMS install?  (That's the only real similarity I can think of between these two failing machines.)

 

I'll do some troubleshooting myself, but thought maybe this might raise a flag for you...

 

Thanks,

-Joel


looks like my screenshot didn't make it.  trying again...

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Joel --

 

Would you mind sending me that "test.png.html" file that appears in the container?

 

-- Tim

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Hi Tim

 

Just seeing this message now.  I'll try to upload test.png.html here.  I grabbed it via Export Field Contents on the container field.

 

The contents are:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0//EN">
<html><head>
<title>404 Not Found</title>
</head><body>
<h1>Not Found</h1>
<p>The requested URL /FMWebFrameDemo/temp/test.png was not found on this server.</p>
</body></html>

FWIW: I didn't do anything with your 404.php page on any of my test servers because I thought that's only for container publishing, not uploading.  Still, the uploading works perfectly on the one-machine config.

 

-Joel

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Tim and Joel - Were you able to solve this issue? I am seeing the same thing with a 2-machine config.

 

Kirk Bowman

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