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SWFUpload provides you with post_params that "defines the name/value pairs that will be posted with each uploaded file". // SWFUpload example - taken from you own config file post_params : { I forgot to say that i'm using this code on another site local and it is working fine.I have somewhere forgotten to copy something or did make a mistake with the But to leave the service open for other applications, added a quick spoof. Bytes: 3422. http://cloudindet.com/upload-error/upload-error-404-swfupload.html

Share a link to this question via email, Google+, Twitter, or Facebook. Not the answer you're looking for? SWF DEBUG: Event: uploadComplete : Upload cycle complete. just curious really, but everything is workin ;-) On an unrelated note… One thing I didn’t find clear in your post was that I didn’t know the name to give my

I set the debug to true and below is what i get: SWF DEBUG: Event: fileDialogStart : Browsing files. Eventually the penny dropped. Write a blog: Firefox using swfupload does not save the session yes, but if you're in the upload process does not require the use of session words, is no effect. Thanks for taking the time to put it together.

Andy Stewart • 17 April 2008 I’ve successfully get the session id back,but the session.data was still nil.

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In fact, we also use params:{" when the configuration; jsessionid" " <,%=session.getId (%>); "}, feeling is the transmission of SESSIONID, still can not. Otherwise I cannot get the current use logged in my codebehind. Set up your basic HTML file. That makes perfect sense and I’m embarrassed it didn’t occur to me ;-)

Andy Stewart • 7 April 2008 Using this post and the comments I got swfupload + Rails 2.0.2

Anyway, like I said in my earlier comment, swfupload worked when uploading to localhost, but when I deployed my code to the staging server it stopped working because of the session asked 3 years ago viewed 2185 times active 3 years ago Linked 3 swfupload 302 error Related 243HTTP redirect: 301 (permanent) vs. 302 (temporary)6SWFUpload on HTTPS not working0can't make jquery SWFUpload Multi Select. If on your server, perhaps the problems stem from a different web server configuration or different version of Rails from localhost’s.

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authlogic documentation. This is how I keep the Flash version free and the HTML5 version low cost. Andy Stewart • 18 December 2007 Hi thanks Andy!

I re-read my question and it seems confusing now… I should clarify my problem just in case anyone else hits it maybe… This is because cookie store means session data is actually being stored on the users machine.

Getting SWFUpload working in your Rails app isn’t rocket surgery. It didn’t have anything to do with the environment because it still worked fine in production mode on localhost, both computers are running rails 1.2.3. Result in 302 errors. This causes a javascript error when inserted into the ‘upload url =’ call in the view (unterminated string literal).

I have added your session handling (within the url while uploading with swfupload). this contact form more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Thanks a lot. Check why your server is redirecting when uploading in the firefox.

All rights reserved. Nathan Colgate has put together a screencast showing how to hook up Rails 2.0.2, attachment_fu, SWFUpload and RESTful authentication. Multi Select. have a peek here Total: 80202 SWF DEBUG: Event: uploadProgress: File ID: SWFUpload_0_0.

Thanks for help!SzymekPL Logged Αndr Administrator Coppermine addict Country: Offline Gender: Posts: 15260 Re: Uploading Error: 302 « Reply #8 on: January 06, 2012, 11:02:12 AM » Quote from: jakobsen on SWFUpload looks good but just seems to cause problems. Sending a session_id to rails is useless because the session data is not on the server.

Getting With The Session Unfortunately, with out-of-the-box SWFUpload, Rails can’t pick up the user’s session.

Disproving Euler proposition by brute force in C What was that alien in Doctor Who that nobody saw? Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. I tweaked the CGI Session hack mentioned in the post to put the ‘session.sessionid’ into options[‘session_data’], then I monkey patched some parts of the cookie store to pull out that data in your example you say: Mine looks like this: upload_script: “<%= assets_path @client %>?_photocms_session_id=<%= session.session_id %>” What I didn’t realise is that you probably defined your session id in application.rb like

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First hack Ruby’s CGI::Session class like this.” Sean Corbett • 3 April 2008 Sean, thanks. Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Directions Link on Place Mode in Mobile View (In Hover Toolbar) - Google Maps API 1 16 5d How to force set he height The screencast helps enormously in understanding how you got everything working. Processing the file list...