Hi ,
I'm also experiencing the same problem after upgrading to Resin-3.1.0 .

Markus Bopp wrote:

>hi again,
>I tried a couple of things to get uploads work with php and resin but I 
>am totally stuck.
>there are resources that say I should enable resin to allow uploads in 
>resin.conf, so I did.
>additionally I added all the upload-specific stuff into my webapps' web.xml
>but I can't still upload anything. the $_FILES var shows that there is a 
>file upload (temp_name, size and stuff)
>but there is no temp-file created in "WEB-INF/upload/" or anywhere on 
>the drive.
>the behaviour is the same for wamp and lamp stacks.
>below is my web.xml. In resin.conf I only added
><multipart-form enable="true" upload-max="16M"/>
>inside the web-app-default tag.
>Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it!
><web-app xmlns="http://caucho.com/ns/resin";>
>  <multipart-form enable="true" upload-max="16M"/>
>  <servlet-mapping url-pattern="*.php"
>       servlet-class="com.caucho.quercus.servlet.QuercusServlet">
>    <init>
>      <php-ini>
>        <sendmail_from>[EMAIL PROTECTED]</sendmail_from>
>        <smtp_username>my_email_username</smtp_username>
>        <smtp_password>my_email_password</smtp_password>
>        <session.save_path>c:/tmp</session.save_path>
>        <upload_tmp_dir>c:/tmp</upload_tmp_dir>
>        <file_uploads>1</file_uploads>
>        <upload_max_filesize>16M</upload_max_filesize>
>        <post_max_size>16M</post_max_size>
>      </php-ini>
>      <script-encoding>iso-8859-1</script-encoding>
>      <compile>false</compile>
>    </init>
>  </servlet-mapping>
>  <database>
>  <jndi-name>jdbc/mysql</jndi-name>
>  <driver>
>    <type>com.mysql.jdbc.jdbc2.optional.MysqlConnectionPoolDataSource</type>
>    <user>root</user>
>    <password>test1234</password>
>  </driver>

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