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I would like
to rename the file names of the loaded pictures and
store in my database
directly at the upload
home.png = 1_1.png
house.png = 1_2.png
How a script must look
this renames the
pictures and submits the
new file name to
the entry in the database?
thanks for every help
Ajax Uploader is an easy to use, hi-performance ASP.NET File Upload Control which allows you to upload multiple files to web server without refreshing the page.
It allows you select and upload multiple files and cancel running file uploads, add new files during uploading.
This file upload control uploads large files to a ...
I work for county government and have developed a CMS using RTE. I need to be able to record the file names of images inserted into departments' pages. Here's what I have:
Protected Sub Uploader_FileUploaded(Sender As Object, args As RTE.UploadImageEventArgs) Handles Editor1.UploadImage
Dim ImgfileName ...
Hi I am getting the following error when I am trying to upload a file.
I am in the process of converting my app from CuteSoft to Richtexteditor. I am not sure if their is a possible conflict with the two editors being in the app. Only the Richtexteditor is being used on the page .
Below is the error ...
I am getting an intermittent problem when users are uploading using the Cutesoft Ajax uploader.
An error message appears stating "Unable to find the uploaded file in directory : C:\Windows\TEMP\AjaxUploaderTemp".
Does anybody know why this is happening please? Thanks for your help.
I have the PHP file uploader installed to domain.com/upload
I have password protected this directory to prevent any unauthorised use of the script.
I would like to upload my files to domain.com/pdf - so the public can download them without having to login.
The obvious option was to change this line to;
This issue is solved now.
The cause of the error was that I used the DotNetNuke 5 gzip compression setting.
This setting has caused AJAX issues before, and is removed in DNN7.
IIS compression does not cause the problem.
Thank you for the quick response!
I downloaded and installed the DotNetNuke 5 version, but the problem is still there.
Uploads result in an error popup with a message "http error1 :0:"
Chrome Developer tools shows an error message:
I'm testing RichTextEditor with an ASP.NET 4.0 DotNetNuke site running on Windows Server 2012.
All uploads fail in all browsers and display an error message "http error1 :0:".
I have tried different appSettings :
The UploadModule httpmodule is ...
Is there a way to resize to MaxWidth/MaxHeight and save to a folder, THEN repeat resize to create thumbnails and save them to another folder.
Folder structure is ROOT/ID and ROOT/ID/THUMBS
Resize is Max 800 x Max 800 for Main, and Max 200 x Max 200 for Thumbs.
I have 2 clients looking for this app IF it can be customised. ...