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 Post subject: Error : http - 401
PostPosted: 27. Mar 2007, 19:26 
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hello there. I get an error
Error : http - 401
when a file has nearly finished uploading and stops it ;-(

It used to work and i use it on 2 other sites with no errors. I've re-installed it twice but still get the same error!>!>?

the log only says;

03.27.2007 10:12:59 - 102400

03.27.2007 10:12:59 - 102400

03.27.2007 10:12:59 - 102400

Please help as my vlient id kicking a bit of a fuss up!

regards - daniel crabbe.


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PostPosted: 27. Mar 2007, 21:27 
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HTTP Error 401 means that a authorization is required. Check if not any proxy server is blocking your way.

Unfortunately the Flash Player can not handle secured http requests - it has a limitation about this.

is there a .htaccess file?

/Michael


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PostPosted: 13. Sep 2007, 16:53 
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hello.

getting this error again and it is because i've password protected the directory its kept in. This is really important as nobody wants just anybody to upload items to the site.

I can't leave the admin to my clients' (or mine) entire site open to the public. Is there a way round this?

many thanks, D.


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PostPosted: 13. Sep 2007, 16:56 
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Why don't you use the build in login mechanism of the flash?

/Michael


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PostPosted: 13. Sep 2007, 17:22 
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because the flash is a very small part of the admin - it basically just uploads files for projects...

i'm not sure why it doesn't work coz all the actions etc stay in the protected folder and uses relative paths.


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PostPosted: 13. Sep 2007, 17:30 
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Because when the flash is uploading it's like you access the server with a new session - this is the reason why I send the session id with the request. the first thing I do in the tfu_upload.php is setting the session right.

Unfortunately the Flash Player can not handle secured http requests - it has a limitation about this.
Nothing else to do than wait for adobe to fix this.

/Michael


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PostPosted: 13. Sep 2007, 17:35 
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ok - many thanks!


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