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  • Silverlight: The upload task is interrupted

    Hi there, I am still experiencing instability issues with Ajax uploader. The main error is&nbsp;''Silverlight: the upload task is interrupted''. There are various flavours of this: ''Webexception:Unknown Error ...''&nbsp; and ''Server side error: System.exception: No request files'' If you allow me to attach images, I can send you ...
    Posted to Ajax Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on July 9, 2010
  • Re: ASP uploader not working in Firefox 3.6.3

    Hi all, &nbsp; It seems that Firefox has fixed the issue in version 3.6.4 &nbsp; Download this version, and the ASP uploader will work in FF. &nbsp; Thank goodness for that. &nbsp; Rob Nagel
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on June 25, 2010
  • Re: ASP uploader not working in Firefox 3.6.3

    OK, I found the Silverlight plug-in (not add-on as I thought) and once it was disabled&nbsp;diabled,&nbsp;FF3.6.3 works as expected. &nbsp; Thanks all who helped. &nbsp; Rob Nagel
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on June 14, 2010
  • Re: ASP uploader not working in Firefox 3.6.3

    Hi Picachuchu, &nbsp; I am glad this solved your issues. Unfortunately it does not solve mine. I do not have the Silverlight plug-in installed in FF as you describe. &nbsp; It is rather a concern to me, as CuteSoft does not seem able to reproduce the error, and I have many clients out there who potentially will. &nbsp; Is there anyone out ...
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on June 14, 2010
  • Re: ASP uploader not working in Firefox 3.6.3

    Hi Picachuchu, &nbsp; I have noticed in my environment that the Firefox bug is happening on Windows7 machines, and not on other O/S like XP. Is this the same for you as reported? Can you tell me the OS of the 5 clients you mentioned? &nbsp; Regards &nbsp; Rob Nagel &nbsp; &nbsp;
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on June 13, 2010
  • Re: ASP uploader not working in Firefox 3.6.3

    Hi Eric, &nbsp; skfmn is right. The page fails in Firefox 3.6.3 when run from the VS2008 environment. I reproduced it on my machine by placing the code from simple-upload.aspx from the Framework2.0-VB folder. I added the line &lt;%@ Register TagPrefix=''CuteWebUI'' Namespace=''CuteWebUI'' Assembly=''CuteWebUI.AjaxUploader'' %&gt; and it ...
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on June 9, 2010
  • ASP uploader not working in Firefox 3.6.3

    Hi there,&nbsp;The ASP uploader does not work on both my local development machine as well as the servers where it is hosted. The button to select files is unresponsive, so no dialog appears.&nbsp;It still works in IE8 as well as Safari, and prior versions of Firefox.&nbsp;Please indicate how I can resolve this. (Urgent)&nbsp;Thanks&nbsp;Rob Nagel
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on June 9, 2010
  • Running ASP uploader in Integrated mode

    Hi there, &nbsp; I have ASP uploader in an ASPx web. When deploying it, it will not run correctly in Integrated Application pool. The error is a Javascript error (object expected) follwed by the error&nbsp;''Uploadmodule is not installed into web.config.! &nbsp; When I change IIS7 to use the Classic.NET application pool, the app ...
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on May 21, 2010
  • Re: PATH not a valid virtual path - trying to upload files to a URL

    Hi Adam, &nbsp; Thanks for the reply. What solution do you recommend for uploading images to a Cloud hosted site to overcome this? &nbsp; Regards &nbsp; Rob
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on May 18, 2010
  • PATH not a valid virtual path - trying to upload files to a URL

    Hi there, &nbsp; I have been tasked with creating an application which will run on a Rackspace Cloud server. The images must be saved to a location such as http://images.myserver.com and will be required to create folders there if neccessary. As such, a DOS path (eg. c:/images/'') or UNC path (eg. \\server01\images\)&nbsp;cannot be ...
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by RobNagel on May 18, 2010
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