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  1. Alfresco
  2. ALF-7204

Cannot upload files via Flash uploader (Tomcat 7 specific)

    Details

    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Critical
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: 4.0 Enterprise
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Security Level: external (External user)
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      Alfresco Enterprise 3.3.5 build 366 Windows Server 2008 R2, MS SQL Server 2008 R2, Tomcat 7.0.6 as a windows service, JDK 6 u22 x64, JAAS + Kerberos, Windows 7, IE 8
    • Testcase ID:
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      Share-179

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      Share-179
    • Resource:
      External
    • Regression:
      Regression

      Description

      Steps to reproduce:
      1. Log into Share as any user;
      2. Create any site;
      3. Open Document Library;
      4. Click Upload button;
      5. Select any file;
      6. Click Upload files;

      Actual result:
      Upload failure;

      The issue is reproduced with clear cache.

      Note, it works in FF 3.6

      JuliaG

        Attachments

        1. log_upload.txt
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        2. log.txt
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        3. upload.post.desc.xml.diff
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        4. upload files.png
          upload files.png
          98 kB

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            kroast Kevin Roast added a comment -

            We will fix the JSESSIONID on the URL problem in a service pack shortly.

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            kroast Kevin Roast added a comment - We will fix the JSESSIONID on the URL problem in a service pack shortly.
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            jamenchu Jamen Chu added a comment -

            is there an expectation of when Tomcat 7 is the standard for Alfresco 4.0 above for the supported stack?

            This assumes that the last entries on 1-March is the primary issue and blocker.

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            jamenchu Jamen Chu added a comment - is there an expectation of when Tomcat 7 is the standard for Alfresco 4.0 above for the supported stack? This assumes that the last entries on 1-March is the primary issue and blocker.
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            iblanco Igor Blanco added a comment -

            At least those two other files require similar changes to the already commented ones:

            projects/remote-api/config/alfresco/templates/webscripts/org/alfresco/slingshot/application/logo.post.desc.xml
            projects/remote-api/config/alfresco/templates/webscripts/org/alfresco/slingshot/profile/uploadavatar.post.desc.xml

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            iblanco Igor Blanco added a comment - At least those two other files require similar changes to the already commented ones: projects/remote-api/config/alfresco/templates/webscripts/org/alfresco/slingshot/application/logo.post.desc.xml projects/remote-api/config/alfresco/templates/webscripts/org/alfresco/slingshot/profile/uploadavatar.post.desc.xml
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            samjgarnham Sam Garnham (Inactive) added a comment -

            Does your html5 multi-file uploader work with Internet Explorer (pre version 10)? Does it fall back to the flash uploader?

            I'm worried from version 4.1, Alfresco will lose the ability for Internet Explorer users to upload multiple files simultaneously.

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            samjgarnham Sam Garnham (Inactive) added a comment - Does your html5 multi-file uploader work with Internet Explorer (pre version 10)? Does it fall back to the flash uploader? I'm worried from version 4.1, Alfresco will lose the ability for Internet Explorer users to upload multiple files simultaneously.
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            alfrescoqa Alfresco QA Team added a comment -

            Closed as Won't Fix

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            alfrescoqa Alfresco QA Team added a comment - Closed as Won't Fix

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                alfrescoqa Alfresco QA Team
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