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Jan 20, 2012, 6:54 PM
Post #3 of 3
The best way to resolve issues with PHP scripts would be to ensure error
Re: Fancyupload flash upload tool gives 500 error
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logging is enabled. I'm not sure if Cherokee's error log captures PHP
errors, but in your php.ini file you can set log_errors to On and error_log
to a filename, and this will log all PHP errors to the file specified.
On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 8:16 AM, Brade <bradezone [at] gmail> wrote:
> Got my PHP sites almost all up and running, but one error remains: I'm
> a multi-file Flash uploader to let people upload images to an auction site,
> and it's not working.
> I'm using this tool: http://digitarald.de/project/fancyupload/
> I am specifically getting a 500 error in return.
> Halfway down the page, you can see his advice for:
> /Uploads fail with 403/500 error
> Check your server config, there must be something wrong. Also see 404,
> double check the upload URL./
> I know the URL is correct and running, because the database is being
> as if a photo were uploaded, but the actual photos are not being uploaded.
> Also it's known that this sometimes happens on Apache if "mod_security" is
> misconfigured. Is Cherokee doing something weird here? BTW I am treating
> .swf files as "list & send" and caching them.
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