Yup, r395 that should be 2.4 compatible. What's the error you're getting?
Well, the good news is that I don't get the same error anymore. I deleted all the modules and reloaded them being careful to flush both the build and cache - so no installation issues - now however there are a whole lot of other strange errors popping up when trying to upload a file and the Assets (files/images) section no longer works.
That'll have to wait for another day.
Thanks for your quick responses.
SO there was some sort of path error with the naming on the folder - fixed and now pages are viewing correctly, testimonial example works fine, but I am still unable to upload files.
I have disabled mod_security if it is running (dont think it is)
I followed the suggestions for debugging at http://www.silverstripe.org/dataobjectmanager-module-forum/show/264716?start=0 but still cannot figure out the error.
Here is a paste of the SWF DEBUG.
SWF DEBUG: SWFUpload Init Complete
SWF DEBUG: ----- SWF DEBUG OUTPUT ----
SWF DEBUG: Build Number: SWFUPLOAD 2.2.0 Alpha 2008-10-17
SWF DEBUG: movieName: SWFUpload_0
SWF DEBUG: Upload URL: http://www.****.com/v2_0/FileDataObjectManager_Controller/handleswfupload
SWF DEBUG: File Types String: *.*
SWF DEBUG: Parsed File Types:
SWF DEBUG: File Types Description: ()
SWF DEBUG: File Size Limit: 2097152 bytes
SWF DEBUG: File Upload Limit: 20
SWF DEBUG: File Queue Limit: 20
SWF DEBUG: Post Params:
SWF DEBUG: controllerID=1
SWF DEBUG: OverrideUploadFolder=assets/Uploads/
SWF DEBUG: dataObjectClassName=File
SWF DEBUG: parentIDName=ParentID
SWF DEBUG: dataObjectFieldName=
SWF DEBUG: hasDataObject=0
SWF DEBUG: fileClassName=File
SWF DEBUG: fileFieldName=Files
SWF DEBUG: ----- END SWF DEBUG OUTPUT ----
SWF DEBUG: Event: fileDialogStart : Browsing files. Multi Select. Allowed file types: *.*
SWF DEBUG: Select Handler: Received the files selected from the dialog. Processing the file list...
SWF DEBUG: Event: fileQueued : File ID: SWFUpload_0_0
SWF DEBUG: Event: fileDialogComplete : Finished processing selected files. Files selected: 1. Files Queued: 1
SWF DEBUG: StartUpload: First file in queue
SWF DEBUG: Event: uploadStart : File ID: SWFUpload_0_0
SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: controllerID=1
SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: OverrideUploadFolder=assets/Uploads/
SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: dataObjectClassName=File
SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: parentIDName=ParentID
SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: dataObjectFieldName=
SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: hasDataObject=0
SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: fileClassName=File
SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: fileFieldName=Files
SWF DEBUG: ReturnUploadStart(): File accepted by startUpload event and readied for upload. Starting upload to http://www.****.com/v2_0/FileDataObjectManager_Controller/handleswfupload for File ID: SWFUpload_0_0
SWF DEBUG: Event: uploadProgress (OPEN): File ID: SWFUpload_0_0
SWF DEBUG: Event: uploadProgress: File ID: SWFUpload_0_0. Bytes: 29479. Total: 29479
SWF DEBUG: Event: uploadError: HTTP ERROR : File ID: SWFUpload_0_0. HTTP Status: 406.
SWF DEBUG: Event: uploadComplete : Upload cycle complete.
Error Code: -200, File name: 07-12-25m.jpg, File size: 29479, Message: 406
This is for anyone else out there that may get a 406 error. This has been due to mod_security. Now ordinarily a simple .htaccess override of
<IfModule security_module> SecFilterEngine Off SecFilterScanPOST Off </IfModule>
<IfModule security2_module> SecFilterEngine Off SecFilterScanPOST Off </IfModule>
should do the job. However after continued HTTP 500 errors I researched more only to find out that ModSecurity 2.x cannot be controlled using .htaccess filles, therefore making the above fixes obsolete.
The only fix here is to change the httpd.conf to remove the offending rule.
Awesome. Thanks for posting this. The more information we have about this, the better off we all are!
Mod_security is a tough beast. It's actually not necessary to remove it entirely, although, a lot of people find it's more headaches than its worth, but there are so many ways to configure mod_security, it is possible to get it playing nicely with Flash. All of our sites have mod_security enabled and I've never had an issue. I think our sysadmin just cranks the sensitivity way down. But that's all way beyond me. :)