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PostPosted: 8. Feb 2008, 09:47 
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+ can you check what

session.save_handler

is set

+ is session autostart is enabled?

/Michael


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 Post subject: not really
PostPosted: 8. Feb 2008, 17:06 
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I don't think I am asking for the right variable..... please advise

Log output
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02.08.2008 16:20:49 - this is sesion login setting

02.08.2008 16:20:49 - this is sesion ID Tfusem2eqperuaeq2epfbd4b799i753

02.08.2008 16:20:49 - ERROR 8 in , line 35: Undefined index: session_id

02.08.2008 16:20:49 - this is sesion ID session_id2

02.08.2008 16:20:49 - This is remaining1

02.08.2008 16:20:49 - log in not found check


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session_start();

include "tfu_helper.php";
debug("helper found pre log in check");
debug("this is sesion login setting " . $_SESSION["TFU_LOGIN"]);
debug("this is sesion ID Tfuse" . $_GET['TFUSESSID']);
//Commented out the next one as it kept erroring out on this line
//debug("this is sesion ID session_id1 " . $session_id());
debug("this is sesion ID session_id2 " . $_SESSION["session_id"]);
debug("This is remaining" . $_GET['remaining']);
if (isset($_SESSION["TFU_LOGIN"]) && isset($_GET['remaining'])) {
$dir = getCurrentDir();
debug("found3");
if (isset($_SESSION["TFU_LOGIN"]) && isset($_GET['remaining'])) {
$dir = getCurrentDir();
debug("found3");


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PostPosted: 8. Feb 2008, 17:19 
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simply use

debug("this is sesion ID session_id1 " . session_id());

I whant to know if the session id i have is the flash is the same than the one that is really used.

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PostPosted: 10. Feb 2008, 23:20 
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any results ?

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check the final of tfu in the forum - i have added a session backup workaround for this kind of problems now!

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 Post subject: Fixed finally!
PostPosted: 28. Feb 2008, 23:57 
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Well bad news is the new version did NOT solve my problems. However in looking closer at the PHP settings I saw that the "Autostart" session option was turned off globally, but it was turned on locally. As soon as I located the local turn on switch and removed that, the upload worked perfectly, but that definitely will cause the upload to fail.

Expect an order soon :-)


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PostPosted: 29. Feb 2008, 00:11 
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yery good to know - i'll ad this to the FAQ.

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 Post subject: Same Error
PostPosted: 29. Sep 2009, 13:14 
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I'm having the same error but the auto_start options both disabled in php!

Second problem is that I don't know - and can't find anywhere - how to call a php script after uploading that shows the uploaded pictures - also the db_plugin doesn't work (it seems like it is just not called at all)

Thx for your help

Harry


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PostPosted: 29. Sep 2009, 15:04 
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If an upload fails the plugin is not called. It's only called after a sucessfull upload. Is the plugin in the tfu folder?

Calling a php page after the upload can be done with a Javascript event.
For JFU I even have a video tutorial that shows how to do this.

- Michael


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