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28 August 2012 at 2:21pm
I've successfully inserted images into pages using the standard image upload feature of Silverstripe, however when I try to browser existing images to re-add them to other content pages, the Find in Folder select fails silently.
What I'm doing:
-- I have an image in the system already; I can see it in my Uploads directory, there is a record for it in my File table, I can add it to a content page
-- I open another page to edit in the CMS, click the Image button in the RTE, select the "From the CMS" tab, i see the 1. Find in Folder (choose) input field.
-- I click that Select field, and see the Uploads directory name, I click the Uploads entry in order to list it
-- I get a flash of the "Loading" gif, the Network tab tells me that a request is fired to /admin/pages/edit/EditorToolbar/MediaForm/field/Files but the select field goes back to saying (choose)
I have this issue on a site i've been working on, as well as a fresh install of Silverstripe. I have set my uploads directory to 777 permissions (although I can already save images to it; i don't think it's a permissions thing)
If i inspect the response of the XHR /admin/pages/edit/EditorToolbar/MediaForm/field/Files, it is the whole contents of the Insert Media pop up (eg it starts off:
<form id="Form_EditorToolbarMediaForm" action="admi[...]
Is this a bug with Silverstripe? Anything else I can do to debug it?
28 August 2012 at 2:30pm
It may be unrelated, but let me add that I get a 404 error when I click the Choose field for:
(note the double admin/ in the url)
I am using URL rewriting but it all appears set up totally fine; no other assets in the admin give 404 errors...
Even if i copy the bg_cms_main_content.png to that non-existent admin/admin directory the File browser doesn't work, so I dont think it's related...
28 August 2012 at 6:28pm
not sure if this will work, but try going to admin/assets/ then press " look for new files " or "sync files" for SS3 .. I had something similar a while back & i think this is how I got it fixed
28 August 2012 at 6:42pm
Thanks for the suggestion; i've tried Files -> Sync Files (which I assume is what you're talking about). I also tried using the task: /dev/tasks/FilesystemSyncTask
It reported that a few new images were added the first time, but neither changed the faulty behaviour.
30 August 2012 at 12:36pm
I am out of ideas
Just make sure you have SS3.0.1 (the cms in SS3.0.0 is buggy ) & if you have admin/admin in the URL that means something wrong happened while installing . Never had this error but try a re-install ! Just remove the _config from mysite & re-install using the same database so all it does is update it ( make a backup just in case ).
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