My customer really needs to be able to drag and drop multiple files from windows explorer to EPiServer FileManager, but it doesn´t work. I get the error Uppladdningen misslyckades med felkod . I have installed version 2.3 of EPiServer Client Components on the client machine and restarted it but the problem remains. Have i missed something? Anyone has a solution?
Have you applied the correct access rights in admin mode?
Admin mode -> config tab -> Permissions for functionsMake sure that the users have access to the "Allow advanced upload of files using...."
Can't see how that would generate a 500 error, but always start with the easiest solutions :-)
500 is the Internal server error message. See a list of the different error codes at:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_HTTP_status_codes#5xx_Server_Error
Do you have any logging on the server? It would be great to have some more information....
Have you tried the suggestions from this thread?:http://world.episerver.com/Forum/Pages/thread.aspx?id=15991
And the blog entry "Office 2007 Mime Types (for IIS)" at http://www.epinova.no/no/Blog/episerver_blog/
Hi Tobias,If you are using virtualPathNativeProvider then we have a registered bug against this issue which has already been fixed and will be shiped with SP2 release. Here is bug id: Bug # 22493.
Sometimes when you do drag and drop having multiple files, it does upload 1 file and then returns error code 500. Regards,ShahidEPiServer Support Team
Thanx but I found the cause myself. I use a theme-folder in which I have put the websites css-files. To be able to do that all the webpages need to have a head tag with the runat="server" attribute set. That is not the case with the episerver-pages in the OfficeIntegration-folder, the same goes for the pages in the EPiServerMail-folder. That causes the following runtime error(in the page /OfficeIntegration/HandleMultiUpload.aspx):
Server Error in '/' Application.Using themed css files requires a header control on the page. (e.g. <head runat="server" />).
The solution is to disable themes for the OfficeIntegration-folder in web.config, like this:
<location path="sec/OfficeIntegration"> <system.web> <pages theme=""/> <authorization> <allow users="*" /> </authorization> </system.web> </location>
The same goes for the EPiServerMail-folder:<location path="EPiServerMail"> <system.web> <pages theme=""/> <authorization> <deny users="?" /> </authorization> </system.web> </location>