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directory to store pdfs
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Wednesday, November 05, 2003
> When I hit the upload button, I am sent back to > the previous version of that page without the > PDF or pull down menus filled in. But if there is no error message, it is how upload works. There is no message confirming succesful upload. > Should I load an earlier version of PHP? Your software is Okay. > I have noticed that when I select a PDF for > uploading, it is listed on the browser page > as "343.pdf" as opposed to > "/Users/downloads/343.pdf". This I don't understand. Where it is listed as 343.pdf? In first row of web form on upload page? martin



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directory to store pdfs
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Friday, October 24, 2003
Hi- I am running into two problems. First, I have designated /volumes/work/pdfdb/library as the directory for storing PDFs. It seems that PDFs get uploaded there, but when I hit the "Full Text" link to retrieve the PDF, the program looks for the PDF in the librarian folder. There is some code in the index.php file: if (isset($_SESSION["auth"])) { echo " | <A HREF=\"library/$paper[file]\">Full text</A> | <A HREF=\"index.php?action=edit&file=$paper[file]\">Edit</A>"; Is this the problem? My second problem is that although the program initially worked, I can no longer upload PDFs. When I completely fill out the form and hit the upload button at the bottom of the page, I am sent back to the starting page with the info downloaded from pubmed, but no pdf or authors. Thanks, Grant Hartzog
directory to store pdfs
Submitted by Martin Kucej; posted on Monday, October 27, 2003
Submitter Hi Grant, the first problem is due to poor installation instructions, I apologize. The directory to store PDFs MUST be /library subdirectory of the directory, where Librarian is installed. Please just create such directory and copy PDF files there. It will work well. The second problem is strange. Can you describe it in more detail? What could have changed since you installed Librarian? Best wishes, martin
directory to store pdfs
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Tuesday, October 28, 2003
Hi Martin- I have reloaded Librarian 1_1 and PHP on my machine with the library folder in the correct location. I still have the problem that I cannot upload a file. When I hit the upload button, I am sent back to the previous version of that page without the PDF or pull down menus filled in. I am not sure what changed. I had tried entering different locations for the library on the installation page prior to this problem cropping up...... I am trying to get this running on a Mac with OS 10.2.8 using PHP 4.3.3 and MYSQL 4.0.15. Should I load an earlier version of PHP? I have reloaded Librarian 1_1 and PHP on my machine with the library folder in the correct location, but this has not solved my problem. I have noticed that when I select a PDF for uploading, it is listed on the browser page as "343.pdf" as opposed to "/Users/downloads/343.pdf". Thanks, Grant
directory to store pdfs
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Wednesday, October 29, 2003
Just to follow up on the last message, I get the same behaviour when I hit the "upload" button that I get when I hit the "reset" button. Grant
directory to store pdfs
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Wednesday, November 05, 2003
> When I hit the upload button, I am sent back to > the previous version of that page without the > PDF or pull down menus filled in. But if there is no error message, it is how upload works. There is no message confirming succesful upload. > Should I load an earlier version of PHP? Your software is Okay. > I have noticed that when I select a PDF for > uploading, it is listed on the browser page > as "343.pdf" as opposed to > "/Users/downloads/343.pdf". This I don't understand. Where it is listed as 343.pdf? In first row of web form on upload page? martin
directory to store pdfs
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2004
Hi, I just downloaded and installed librarian 1.3. I was able to successfully upload 2 pdf files, but I have tried 3 other ones, and I keep receiving the error "Error! All fields in the form are mandatory." I have filled out all the fields, yet I keep receiving this message, and no new pdfs are added to the library!
same error message!
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Friday, June 25, 2004
I have recently installed librarian 1.3 and have same problem now!. My environment is Mac OS X 10.3.4, PHP 4.3.6, mysql-standard-4.0.20.
same error message!
Submitted by Mr. Sniggles; posted on Monday, June 28, 2004
Submitter Also after two successful uploads? That is strange. Wish I could help you, but I really don't know why the incosistency. :-( martin
same error message!
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Monday, June 28, 2004
Thank you for the reply, In my case, I could upload eight files successfully. Then, when I tried to upload other pdf files a few day after, it failed. I am sorry, but I can not remember if I changed or updated something in the system during the time...

 

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