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  • Re: Firefox Issue - Oxa2 is null

    Apparently this is tied not to Firefox directly, but to the Adblock Plus addon (3.0.1) from . If I disable this plug-in then your page(s) work perfectly fine. &nbsp;Even if I tell it to not block anything on the domain domain, it will not work if the plugin is enabled. &nbsp;Has anyone experienced this issue with this ...
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by jmdl1983 on November 8, 2017
  • Firefox Issue - Oxa2 is null

    Starting with Firefox 56.0.2, ASP Uploader no longer functions properly. &nbsp;The form shows up, and you can select a file but as soon as you start the upload, the browser logs an error Oxa2 is null. &nbsp; I have repeated this on 4 seperate computers, and I can verify that it happens on your test page at ...
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by jmdl1983 on November 6, 2017
  • Re: Change App Path

    &nbsp;&nbsp;Following some more testing, I discovered that you can move the folder and it will continue to use cached files for a while. &nbsp; After&nbsp; a restart of IIS, it did discover the new location of the files but how does it arbitrarily choose the path to use? IE - I put the files into webroot\cgi-bin\aspuploader, but as well I had ...
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by jmdl1983 on August 12, 2014
  • Change App Path

    By default you drop the files into: webroot\aspuploader &nbsp; For programming continuity on our site, I would like to place the files into webroot\cgi-bin\aspuploader. &nbsp; 1, I can drop the&nbsp; include file where it should go and reference it fine by: &lt;!--#include virtual=&quot;/cgi-bin/aspuploader/include_aspuploader.asp&quot; ...
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by jmdl1983 on August 11, 2014
  • Re: Any way to get file type?

    for i = 1 to len(mvcfile.filename)-1 &nbsp;if mid(mvcfile.filename,len(mvcfile.filename)-i,1)=''.'' then &nbsp; filetype = Right(mvcfile.filename,i)&nbsp; exit for &nbsp;end if next&nbsp;This is a simple way, if you run this loop with each uploaded file, it will start with the furthest right character and work backwards until it finds the ''.'' in ...
    Posted to ASP Uploader (Forum) by jmdl1983 on January 7, 2012
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