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Offline Jose_EsP

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upload images fail
« on: 19.05.2016 22:29:40 »
I just moved my Joomla site to a subdomain. Everything looks good except when uploading pictures of downloads, save the download but the images have not been uploaded. What can happen?

Thank you! Note: I installed the latest version of Jdownloads, but no success.





« Last Edit: 29.05.2016 01:37:35 by Jose_EsP »

Offline ColinM

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Re: upload images fail
« Reply #1 on: 20.05.2016 00:49:49 »
Hi
Could be several things.
You have p[osted this in jD 1.9.x forum but you say you uploaded to latest version.  Is that jD 3.2 series?
I assume you have migrated to 3.2 series.  Is that correct?
Did you check the setting of your Download path in Config - Downloads?
What image type were you uploading?  Were you uploading from Front End or from Backend?

Colin
« Last Edit: 20.05.2016 00:52:48 by ColinM »

Offline Jose_EsP

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Re: upload images fail
« Reply #2 on: 20.05.2016 01:28:55 »
Hi
Could be several things.
You have p[osted this in jD 1.9.x forum but you say you uploaded to latest version.  Is that jD 3.2 series?
I assume you have migrated to 3.2 series.  Is that correct?
Did you check the setting of your Download path in Config - Downloads?
What image type were you uploading?  Were you uploading from Front End or from Backend?

Colin

sorry, I meant reinstall the latest version (1.9.1.6).
Charges Front End and back end do not work. 
Did you check the setting of your Download path in Config - Downloads?
as I do this check? Thank you!

Offline ColinM

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Re: upload images fail
« Reply #3 on: 20.05.2016 17:11:40 »
Hi
Glad it solved the problem. 
Please note that we do not actually support the jD 1.9 series.   You should upgrade to Joomla 3.5.x this means  going from jD 1.9.1.6 on  Joomla 2.5 to jd 1.9.2.11 on Joomla 3.5.x and then from there to  jD3.2 series.
See http://www.jdownloads.net/documentations/category/migration-to-jd3-2-series  for the documentation.

If you have a large number Downloads several hundred(?) then  it would be better to do on XAMPP setup on your PC as many  web servers impose execution time limits.

Colin