Re: [Flashcoders] AS 2.0 FileReference issue I/O error thrown

2009-07-09 Thread Karl DeSaulniers

Hey T,
Sorry to get back to you so late down the line. Hopefully this  
message finds you in a position to where you will not need it.
I had another gentleman ask abut the same question, so I was going to  
suggest to you and him to also try adding in error handlers to your  
PHP file

that would trigger a response that you designate per each situation.

EG: You could make an error code...
For when the PHP file reads the dir/For when the PHP file writes the dir
For when the PHP file uploads your file to the tmp dir
For when the PHP file moves and renames the file to the appropriate dir

If you put error codes in that handle these instances, you can get a  
better idea of what is going wrong, when its going wrong.


I did have trouble checking your file because of this line:
var files:FileList = new FileList ();
It said it could not load that class, so I am not sure about if your  
class is the culprit.
I did notice you were using a relative path for referencing your  
albums.php.

Maybe try a hard link and see if that is what makes it work?
Also, you should probably set up your file list to be an array that  
is sent to the PHP file instead of putting each variable into a  
string at the end of your URL.
Then read through and split up into the variables needed to process  
the PHP.

EG PHP:
for(file in fileList) {
//split up into separate variables
}

Check and see if your permissions are set correctly for everything..  
PHP file, upload directory, tmp directory, the directory your moving  
the files to once uploaded.
If you are using https, I am not sure, but I think all these things  
have to be specified in that file for any of this to work.
But again, I do not use https that much and am no expert on that  
subject.
I would check with your servers admin on what is the proper set-up  
for your server.


OH, and one last thing... :P
Make sure your using the right version of PHP for your server settings.
Most have PHP 5, but like my hosting service, they use PHP 4.5. Whole  
different ball game when creating an upload form.
Some of this may be redundant if your able to get it to work on other  
system, but checking all cases is probably your best bet on figuring  
it out.

:)
HTH

Karl

HTHs you Phillippe as well...

On Jun 18, 2009, at 6:34 PM, Karl DeSaulniers wrote:


Hey T,
If you want to send me your code offline or here, I am on a MAC and  
work primarily in AS2 and can test for you.

Which uploader are you using?

I have this error check listener in mine and it works fine.  
imagePane is a component in my file that displays the uploaded  
file once complete.


listener.onHTTPError = function(file:FileReference,  
httpError:Number):Void {

imagePane.contentPath = error;
	imagePane.content.errorMSG.text = HTTPError number: +httpError  
+\nFile: + file.name;

}

listener.onIOError = function(file:FileReference):Void {
imagePane.contentPath = error;
imagePane.content.errorMSG.text = IOError: + file.name;
}

listener.onSecurityError = function(file:FileReference,  
errorString:String):Void {

imagePane.contentPath = error;
	imagePane.content.errorMSG.text = SecurityError: +SecurityError 
+\nFile: + file.name;	

}

HTH,

Karl


On Jun 18, 2009, at 6:21 PM, TS wrote:

My uploader works on every other platform except for Mac. The file  
uploader
never completes and throws an ioError? Latest Player installed on  
FF. Using
PHP as the file handler on the backend. Anyone else have this  
issue or know

a workaround?

Thanks, T

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Re: [Flashcoders] AS 2.0 FileReference issue I/O error thrown

2009-07-09 Thread Karl DeSaulniers

T,
What is in this FileList class?
Can you just use an Array instead and still transfer the information,  
say...


var files:Array = [];
or
var files:Array = new Array();

?

you may have to use .push(  instead of .addItem(

J.A.T.

Karl


On Jul 9, 2009, at 3:58 PM, Karl DeSaulniers wrote:


Hey T,
Sorry to get back to you so late down the line. Hopefully this  
message finds you in a position to where you will not need it.
I had another gentleman ask abut the same question, so I was going  
to suggest to you and him to also try adding in error handlers to  
your PHP file

that would trigger a response that you designate per each situation.

EG: You could make an error code...
For when the PHP file reads the dir/For when the PHP file writes  
the dir

For when the PHP file uploads your file to the tmp dir
For when the PHP file moves and renames the file to the appropriate  
dir


If you put error codes in that handle these instances, you can get  
a better idea of what is going wrong, when its going wrong.


I did have trouble checking your file because of this line:
var files:FileList = new FileList ();
It said it could not load that class, so I am not sure about if  
your class is the culprit.
I did notice you were using a relative path for referencing your  
albums.php.

Maybe try a hard link and see if that is what makes it work?
Also, you should probably set up your file list to be an array that  
is sent to the PHP file instead of putting each variable into a  
string at the end of your URL.
Then read through and split up into the variables needed to process  
the PHP.

EG PHP:
for(file in fileList) {
//split up into separate variables
}

Check and see if your permissions are set correctly for  
everything.. PHP file, upload directory, tmp directory, the  
directory your moving the files to once uploaded.
If you are using https, I am not sure, but I think all these things  
have to be specified in that file for any of this to work.
But again, I do not use https that much and am no expert on that  
subject.
I would check with your servers admin on what is the proper set-up  
for your server.


OH, and one last thing... :P
Make sure your using the right version of PHP for your server  
settings.
Most have PHP 5, but like my hosting service, they use PHP 4.5.  
Whole different ball game when creating an upload form.
Some of this may be redundant if your able to get it to work on  
other system, but checking all cases is probably your best bet on  
figuring it out.

:)
HTH

Karl

HTHs you Phillippe as well...

On Jun 18, 2009, at 6:34 PM, Karl DeSaulniers wrote:


Hey T,
If you want to send me your code offline or here, I am on a MAC  
and work primarily in AS2 and can test for you.

Which uploader are you using?

I have this error check listener in mine and it works fine.  
imagePane is a component in my file that displays the uploaded  
file once complete.


listener.onHTTPError = function(file:FileReference,  
httpError:Number):Void {

imagePane.contentPath = error;
	imagePane.content.errorMSG.text = HTTPError number: +httpError  
+\nFile: + file.name;

}

listener.onIOError = function(file:FileReference):Void {
imagePane.contentPath = error;
imagePane.content.errorMSG.text = IOError: + file.name;
}

listener.onSecurityError = function(file:FileReference,  
errorString:String):Void {

imagePane.contentPath = error;
	imagePane.content.errorMSG.text = SecurityError: +SecurityError 
+\nFile: + file.name;	

}

HTH,

Karl


On Jun 18, 2009, at 6:21 PM, TS wrote:

My uploader works on every other platform except for Mac. The  
file uploader
never completes and throws an ioError? Latest Player installed on  
FF. Using
PHP as the file handler on the backend. Anyone else have this  
issue or know

a workaround?

Thanks, T



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Re: [Flashcoders] AS 2.0 FileReference issue I/O error thrown

2009-06-21 Thread Karl DeSaulniers

Hey T,
Sorry to get back to you so late. Had to get a bunch of Father's Day  
banners done by the weekend. Whew
Anyways, do you have your example posted somewhere I can test with  
your form fields?

A url I can look at and test to see if it does the same on my mac?
LMK,

Karl


On Jun 18, 2009, at 6:21 PM, TS wrote:

My uploader works on every other platform except for Mac. The file  
uploader
never completes and throws an ioError? Latest Player installed on  
FF. Using
PHP as the file handler on the backend. Anyone else have this issue  
or know

a workaround?

Thanks, T

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Re: [Flashcoders] AS 2.0 FileReference issue I/O error thrown

2009-06-18 Thread Karl DeSaulniers

Hey T,
If you want to send me your code offline or here, I am on a MAC and  
work primarily in AS2 and can test for you.

Which uploader are you using?

I have this error check listener in mine and it works fine.  
imagePane is a component in my file that displays the uploaded file  
once complete.


listener.onHTTPError = function(file:FileReference,  
httpError:Number):Void {

imagePane.contentPath = error;
	imagePane.content.errorMSG.text = HTTPError number: +httpError  
+\nFile: + file.name;

}

listener.onIOError = function(file:FileReference):Void {
imagePane.contentPath = error;
imagePane.content.errorMSG.text = IOError: + file.name;
}

listener.onSecurityError = function(file:FileReference,  
errorString:String):Void {

imagePane.contentPath = error;
	imagePane.content.errorMSG.text = SecurityError: +SecurityError 
+\nFile: + file.name;	

}

HTH,

Karl


On Jun 18, 2009, at 6:21 PM, TS wrote:

My uploader works on every other platform except for Mac. The file  
uploader
never completes and throws an ioError? Latest Player installed on  
FF. Using
PHP as the file handler on the backend. Anyone else have this issue  
or know

a workaround?

Thanks, T

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