uploadTest.html works fine, applet does NOT!

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slayer
2008-10-01
2013-04-25
  • slayer
    slayer
    2008-10-01

    Hi Folks,

    I tried postlet to get it run on my webspace!

    I changed everything necessary, the uploadTest.html works great, it puts my File straight to my tmp folder.

    I use javaUpload.php for Filehandling.
    I changed the uploaddir: /WWWROOT/85499/htdocs/tmp/

    So, I think the reason could be a missconfiguration of my index.html (from postlet) my Code comes here:

            <applet name="postlet" code="Main.class" archive="postlet.jar" width="305" height="150" mayscript>
                <param name = "maxthreads"        value = "5" />
                <param name = "language"        value = "" />
                <param name = "type"            value = "application/x-java-applet;version=1.3.1" />
                <param name = "destination"        value = "http://www.domain.de/postlet/javaUpload.php" />
                <param name = "backgroundcolour" value = "16777215" />
                <param name = "tableheaderbackgroundcolour" value = "14079989" />
                <param name = "tableheadercolour" value = "0" />
                <param name = "warnmessage" value = "false" />
                <param name = "autoupload" value = "false" />
                <param name = "helpbutton" value = "false" />
                <param name = "fileextensions" value = "Image Files,jpg,gif,jpeg" />
                <param name = "endpage" value = "http://www.domain.de/postlet/" />
                <param name = "helppage" value = "http://www.postlet.com/help/?thisIsTheDefaultAnyway" />
            </applet>

    Is there anybody who has an idea?
    Thanks for your reply

     
    • slayer
      slayer
      2008-10-01

      As I tried the javaUpload.php5 as my Endpage I got that Message:

      POSTLET REPLY POSTLET:NO POSTLET:TOO LARGE POSTLET:ABORT THIS END POSTLET REPLY

      I thought one or more of my files are TOO LARGE so I tried just one file which has 16kb and 400x400 pixel.

      But the Same POSTLET:TOO LARGE

      I hope postlet is able to upload files much larger than this???

       
    • slayer
      slayer
      2008-10-01

      Now I tried a 4.8kb file ..

      TOO LARGE????

       
    • slayer
      slayer
      2008-10-01

      I got it!

      Hoster does not allow the access

      *** HTTP/1.0 403 Forbidden
      Server: squid/2.5.STABLE12
      Mime-Version: 1.0
      Date: Wed, 01 Oct 2008 17:23:48 GMT
      Content-Type: text/html
      Content-Length: 1147
      Expires: Wed, 01 Oct 2008 17:23:48 GMT
      X-Squid-Error: ERR_ACCESS_DENIED 0
      X-Cache: MISS from proxy3.kontent.com
      X-Cache-Lookup: NONE from proxy3.kontent.com:80
      Proxy-Connection: close

      is there a solution? would be glad to heare from

       
      • Simon Rycroft
        Simon Rycroft
        2008-10-02

        You need to pester your host about this, I'm not sure why a 403 is being returned here.

        Simon

         
  • keith
    keith
    2010-02-18

    I'm having the same problem except i dont see any errors in my error log. When i edit the index.html page and point it to a invalid or valid javaUpload.php file i get the same results, nothing happens. I mean it says it uploaded (the java applet says finish) but nothing happens. Any thoughts?