tfoston January 2011 I had this exact problem and solved it by not passing data via the query string. Someone else found it fixed the issue for her, which is odd. The problem is already known by the developer but Adobe didn't fix it. This isn't happening in Safari 3.2.1.
fired up task manager, firefox (well, firefox's 3.6.6 plugin-container.exe to be more precise) was eating my CPU. I am helping a friend build a wikispace and whilst we can write text to it, we cannot upload any pictures to it any more. c-clients/"after further investigation of the network traffic we finally found the problem! When I call page via SSL there is io: error.
I hope this problem will be resolved before the release of flex 3. PooBakery Joined:2010-11-11 Posts:6 Posted: Tue, 2010-12-07 11:25 I don't think that that's a problem with gallery though. I don't have access to the server's error logs but I've attached a screenshot of the error and corresponding Firebug info. bharat Joined:2002-05-21 Posts:7990 Posted: Wed, 2010-12-15 01:09 I've seen this happen periodically as well, but I can't track it down.
For now please use awesome services like stackoverflow.com for community support. Top Tue, 10/04/2011 - 12:26 #8 niklaus Joined: 04/10/2011 Posts: 7 Re: Error #2038 when uploading I've got two Server configuration:1. You're right, a good documentation is missing at the moment. https://www.drupal.org/node/344989 Using my Flex upload app on windows causes no problems no matter what browser is used, but on Mac on the other hand the upload attempt always fails due to the
tellyworth (or anybody else from wp): do you have any news for my friend himbeertoni? The problem was proxy settings. I've been fighting with this for way too long and that was exactly the issue...damn Apple! ;) kevinorkos February 2013 You can try Long Path Tool. Top Sat, 10/01/2011 - 00:19 #4 fongd Joined: 01/10/2011 Posts: 1 Re: Error #2038 when uploading I'm having the same problem here.
I don't know why it won't work in Firefox 3.0.4. I've tested this in Firefox 3.0.4 on both a Mac and PC, and I get the same error each time. why, but WHY do flash takes under consideration system's proxy settings when it runs inside a browser with his owns? himbeertoni Member Apr 7, 2008, 12:42 PM nothing unusual.
There are no errors in the Events log but all events are marked to be logged in settings. I don't know why some are having issues when you don't as there are too many variables. Please help. frankly i'm quite astonished, my question now is..
Keep looking...Maybe your session cookie is lost ? In my case it turned out to be a file permissions problem. tellyworth Staff Apr 7, 2008, 12:35 PM Are there any spaces or unusual characters in the filename? http://shpsoftware.com/io-error/io-error-upload.php morris 7/25/2011 5:38 PM Got a tip for us?
It still hangs. The forum is also home for the Joomla JFUploader, TWG Flash Uploader and the Wordpress flash uploader. Still not really sure what's up.
By using this site, you consent to their usage according to your browser’s current settings. That's included in "everything suggested in the forums" ;) floridave Joined:2003-12-22 Posts:27300 Posted: Thu, 2010-11-11 22:49 What image toolkit are you using? Unfortunately, as the creator of the plugin, I do not have much time to attend to every request here as this is only a side project and I must work a However I do not see anything mentioned about this case issue?
raincoaster Member Apr 7, 2008, 8:26 AM Try setting your FF to allow ALL pop-ups. The exact error code is this: ioError event:(flash.events::IOErrorEvent)#0 bubbles = false cancelable = false currentTarget = (flash.net::FileReference)#1 creationDate = Tue Jun 21 16:40:36 GMT+0200 2005 creator = (null) modificationDate = Tue Please report back either way. Deactivating the flashplugin helps, but that is a real petty because the multifile upload possibility would be great!
I have tried everything suggested in the forums to fix the problem but I can't get it to work. raincoaster Member Apr 7, 2008, 9:45 AM No, I just tried it myself and it did nothing for me either. I didn't see the link. I also updated to Flash 10, but I had 9 before and it is supposed to work, right?
In JFU still I get io error message. Amazon S3, send back an empty response. Top Wed, 11/02/2011 - 13:37 #22 hminney Joined: 02/11/2011 Posts: 1 Re: Error #2038 when uploading I still have the problem on both Chrome and Firefox, and I've disabled Flash plug-ins WCS 12Next » Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies.
The uploading-bar doesn't move at all and after a while I see the above-mentioned error. Posts and comments are the property of their posters. There are how much impact on server performance the other 1400+ sites on that server have. It turned out to indeed be a Mac player bug that only arises with certain webserver configurations.
I believe it should have an error number beside it now, or possibly a message that will tell us more. If it doesn't send it as 'folder2' and retrieve the 'folder2' GET var instead. Top TinyWebGallery Post subject: Re: IO Error when I upload filesPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:26 am Site Admin Joined: Mon Aug 01, 2005 12:53 pmPosts: 9995 You sp.k.
Thank you. Log in or register to post comments Comment #15 grandcat CreditAttribution: grandcat commented July 18, 2010 at 3:10pm Thank you for your experience. Top Kopczyk Post subject: Re: IO Error when I upload filesPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 1:52 am Joined: Wed Oct 24, 2012 12:30 amPosts: 9 mistake...not "mod_rewrite" - tried switching flash versions, installed flash 10.0, then went back to 9; tried swfupload 2.50 beta, etc..