Jump to:

7940 Posts in 1543 Topics by 946 members

DataObjectManager Module

SilverStripe Forums » DataObjectManager Module » DOM issues

Discuss the DataObjectManager module, and the related ImageGallery module.

Moderators: martimiz, UncleCheese, Sean, biapar, Willr, Ingo, swaiba, simon_w

Page: 1
Go to End
Author Topic: 796 Views
  • paul.mcilwaine
    Avatar
    Community Member
    21 Posts

    DOM issues Link to this post

    Im getting some weird issues since upgrading to SS 2.4.1 (Can confirm the same with 2.4.0 as well).

    I currently have DOM r403 and SWFUpload r414 in use.

    When uploading files using the FIleDataObjectManager i run into the issue where I am unable to upload any files. From what I can tell this is due to the line 587 check

    if(!Permission::check("CMSAccess_CMSMain"))

    When I remove this all works fine on dev machine but logs me out (and no file upload) when on staging (same as the Live server).

    After re-enabling the above code and turning debug on for SWFUpload gives me this output.

    ---SWFUpload Instance Info---
    Version: 2.2.0 Alpha
    Movie Name: SWFUpload_0
    Settings:
       upload_url: http://somehost.host/FileDataObjectManager_Controller/handleswfupload
       flash_url: http://somehost.host/swfupload/javascript/swfupload.swf?swfuploadrnd=319731271
       use_query_string: false
       file_post_name: swfupload_file
       post_params: [object Object]
       file_types:
       file_types_description:
       file_size_limit: 20MB
       file_upload_limit: 20
       file_queue_limit: 20
       debug: true
       prevent_swf_caching: true
       button_placeholder_id: spanButtonPlaceholder
       button_image_url: http://somehost.host/swfupload/images/upload_button.png
       button_width: 180
       button_height: 24
       button_text: <span class='button'>Upload files</span>
       button_text_style: .button { font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; }
       button_text_top_padding: 6
       button_text_left_padding: 6
       button_action: -110
       button_disabled: false
       custom_settings: [object Object]
    Event Handlers:
       swfupload_loaded_handler assigned: true
       file_dialog_start_handler assigned: true
       file_queued_handler assigned: true
       file_queue_error_handler assigned: true
       upload_start_handler assigned: true
       upload_progress_handler assigned: true
       upload_error_handler assigned: true
       upload_success_handler assigned: true
       upload_complete_handler assigned: true
       debug_handler assigned: true

    SWF DEBUG: SWFUpload Init Complete
    SWF DEBUG:
    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://somehost.host/FileDataObjectManager_Controller/handleswfupload
    SWF DEBUG: File Types String: *.*
    SWF DEBUG: Parsed File Types:
    SWF DEBUG: File Types Description: ()
    SWF DEBUG: File Size Limit: 20971520 bytes
    SWF DEBUG: File Upload Limit: 20
    SWF DEBUG: File Queue Limit: 20
    SWF DEBUG: Post Params:
    SWF DEBUG: OverrideUploadFolder=projects/Test
    SWF DEBUG: dataObjectClassName=ProjectItem
    SWF DEBUG: controllerID=80
    SWF DEBUG: parentIDName=ProjectPageID
    SWF DEBUG: fileClassName=File
    SWF DEBUG: PHPSESSID=2aivgv7n448pct4ajdjnps1mg6
    SWF DEBUG: hasDataObject=1
    SWF DEBUG: fileFieldName=AssetFile
    SWF DEBUG: dataObjectFieldName=ProjectItem
    SWF DEBUG: ----- END SWF DEBUG OUTPUT ----
    SWF DEBUG:
    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: OverrideUploadFolder=projects/Test
    SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: dataObjectClassName=ProjectItem
    SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: controllerID=80
    SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: parentIDName=ProjectPageID
    SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: fileClassName=File
    SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: PHPSESSID=2aivgv7n448pct4ajdjnps1mg6
    SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: hasDataObject=1
    SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: fileFieldName=AssetFile
    SWF DEBUG: Global Post Item: dataObjectFieldName=ProjectItem
    SWF DEBUG: ReturnUploadStart(): File accepted by startUpload event and readied for upload. Starting upload to http://somehost.host/FileDataObjectManager_Controller/handleswfupload for File ID: SWFUpload_0_0
    SWF DEBUG: Event: uploadProgress (OPEN): File ID: SWFUpload_0_0

    The strange thing with this is it sometimes works (That is the progress bar does goes up and told that upload was successful, so additional debug lines) most of the time this doesn't work and just outputs what is above.

    I am unsure why this has broken as I recall this working at least for 2.4.0 (cant confirm with 2.4.1) but even going back it seems to have broken somewhere.

    The only thing I have changed is on line 393 of FileDataObjectManager.php which was throwing an error when using multiple FileIFrameFields

    $total = isset($_POST['totalsize']) ? $_POST['totalsize'] : ( isset($_POST['uploaded_files']) ? sizeof($_POST['uploaded_files']) : 0 );


    The above code seemed to fix that.

  • UncleCheese
    Avatar
    4085 Posts

    Re: DOM issues Link to this post

    Make sure the PHP setting "session_use_only_cookies" is off.

  • paul.mcilwaine
    Avatar
    Community Member
    21 Posts

    Re: DOM issues Link to this post

    I knew it wasnt DOM but something I forgot thanks UncleCheese.

  • paul.mcilwaine
    Avatar
    Community Member
    21 Posts

    Re: DOM issues Link to this post

    Ok seems to have a weird affect on PHP 5.2.6-1 (the debian install) which logs me out when uploading a file. Works fine on my source install server. Playing around to see what the issue is exactly.

    796 Views
Page: 1
Go to Top

Want to know more about the company that brought you SilverStripe? Then check out SilverStripe.com

Comments on this website? Please give feedback.