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From Janne Jalkanen <Janne.Jalka...@ecyrd.com>
Subject Re: Problem trying to upload files using WikiWizard
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2008 20:04:20 GMT

Hi!

The problem is that nobody is maintaining WikiWizard anymore, so it's  
entirely possible that it does not work...  We are going to remove it  
from the core distro in 2.8 and make it a separate download, hoping  
that someone starts maintaining it.

/Janne

On Jun 4, 2008, at 22:56 , new2Jaas wrote:

>
> Hello Alberto,
> Were you able to get the Attachments working correctly using IE  
> browser?
> I am having issues with IE browser - not able to upload/download  
> documents.
>
>
>
> ALBERTO MARTINEZ wrote:
>>
>> Hello again,
>>
>> My JSPWiki is working fine. Also, when creating or editing a page,  
>> using
>> the "Attachments" tab, I can upload any files without problems. It  
>> works
>> great and fast. But when editing a page with the WYSIWYG editor
>> (WikiWizard), I see some problems:
>>
>> -I click on "Edit" to edit a page. Then opens the WikiWizard.
>> -Then, I click on the clip icon to open the attachments tab on the  
>> right.
>> -In this tab, there is a button called "Attach File". I click on  
>> it and a
>> popup opens to search for the file I want to upload (this works  
>> fine).
>> -When I find it and clic on "OK", a popup tells me the following  
>> message:
>> "Error attaching file: Chuck Norris.txt.
>> -The most strange thing is that, if I finish editing the page, in the
>> Attachment tab, the file has been correctly uploaded. I can open  
>> it and
>> check that has been correctly uploaded.
>>
>> I'm using JSPWiki version 2.6.1 and Firefox 2.0.0.13 in Windows XP  
>> (both,
>> the server and the clients are in Windows XP).
>>
>> Thank you very much,
>> Alberto
>>
>>
>
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