At 05:52 PM 4/11/02 +1000, Richard Archer wrote:
>At 2:28 PM +0800 11/4/02, Manisha wrote:
> ><input type="hidden" name="MAX_FILE_SIZE" value="1000">
>That's a mighty small limit on file size. Especially if it's an
>image being uploaded. Are you sure the file you're testing with
>is smaller than 1000 bytes?
>Also, be aware that this field is advisory only. Many browsers
>ignore it.

yes it is within limit

> >if (is_uploaded_file($HTTP_POST_FILES['userfile']['tmp_name'])) {
> >         copy($HTTP_POST_FILES['userfile']['tmp_name'], "/img");
>Check to see whether that "copy" function completed successfully.

how ? I put one echo statement after copy which is displaying but never 
uploading the file.

>I'd be surprised if you really want to move the file to /img.
>And if you're on a Unix system the web server certainly won't
>have write access to the / directory.

i tried with complete path starting from root (/usr/web..../html/img) and 
also with virtual (/img/).

Is there any extra param setting ? any access rights ?

>Please don't shout.

Am I ? I do not think so. It is just an EMPHASIS.

>  ...R.
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