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byrneout

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Unacle to upload
Posted: 22-Mar-2017 10:33
 
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Hi,
Recently I have not been able to upload new additions to my Jalbum account.
The msg. starts; info.cqs.remotefsexception. I believe its to do with the /client use appearing 3 times - See Attached

Any suggestions
Thanks
davidekholm

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Re: Unacle to upload
Posted: 22-Mar-2017 13:15   in response to: byrneout in response to: byrneout
 
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Click the rightmost button in jAlbum's "Upload/Publish" window to also reveal files, Now locate the "manifest.jmf" file in the target folder and delete it. Ensure the target folder is selected and retry the upload. Looking forward to your feedback.
byrneout

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Re: Unacle to upload
Posted: 22-Mar-2017 20:16   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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Thanks for the response unfortunately that didn't work.
On the Upload/Manage button, there are 2 options
Upload/Manage
byrneout.jalbum.net - byrneout

Upload opens with no option of Right Click for opening the file location.

The desktop version of Jalbum has the latest photo updates but I still receive the error msg previously reported

Regards
Steve
JeffTucker

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Re: Unacle to upload
Posted: 22-Mar-2017 20:27   in response to: byrneout in response to: byrneout
 
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Choose Upload/Manage and Connect to your jAlbum hosting account.

Now click the wrench/spanner symbol on the right - see attached screenshot.

Then you should be able to open up the folder that contains your album (click on the little "plus" symbol to the left of the folder name), and delete the manifest.jmf file.

Edited by: jGromit - more detail
byrneout

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Re: Unacle to upload
Posted: 22-Mar-2017 21:07   in response to: JeffTucker in response to: JeffTucker
 
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Thanks Guys, All sorted

Regards
Steve
reijmerink

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Re: Unacle to upload
Posted: 14-Jul-2017 13:45   in response to: byrneout in response to: byrneout
 
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Got the same issue with version 12.7.2, can't upload (has always worked) button to upload is greyed out. I did delete the file you guys mention above... doesn't help. Anyone has a suggestion?

Edited by: reijmerink on 14-Jul-2017 13:46
JeffTucker

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Re: Unacle to upload
Posted: 14-Jul-2017 14:46   in response to: reijmerink in response to: reijmerink
 
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If the upload button is grayed out, that means that you haven't actually made an album - there's nothing in the output directory to upload.
davidekholm

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Re: Unacle to upload
Posted: 15-Jul-2017 09:23   in response to: JeffTucker in response to: JeffTucker
 
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If the Upload button is grayed out, verify this:
  • You have an open album project
  • You have made the album
  • There is a target folder selected in the upload window
  • The selected target folder is UNDER the web root folder (i.e. the folder that's marked with a globe)
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