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We have a CFFile tag writing to a UNC Path. Its been working for years, and suddenly its acting terribly -- it does not return an error message, and appears to have written the Action='Upload' file, but actually doesn't upload the file at all We recently upgraded to MX7 and I think this is one of the problems The code is very simple: <cffile action='upload' filefield='NewPDF' destination='\RCCNT1\WebSiteData\DocImages\#Direc toryCode#\#NewStartFileName#.p df' nameconflict='overwrite' mode='777'> The output of the coldfusion variables is fine Does anyone see anything wrong with this? Please help!!!!! This is a *huge* problem Thanks Paul...

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    Default CFFile Problem in MX7 - No Error Message, No Upload

    We have a CFFile tag writing to a UNC Path. Its been working for years, and
    suddenly its acting terribly -- it does not return an error message, and
    appears to have written the Action='Upload' file, but actually doesn't upload
    the file at all We recently upgraded to MX7 and I think this is one of the
    problems The code is very simple: <cffile action='upload' filefield='NewPDF'
    destination='\\RCCNT1\WebSiteData\DocImages\#Direc toryCode#\#NewStartFileName#.p
    df' nameconflict='overwrite' mode='777'> The output of the coldfusion
    variables is fine Does anyone see anything wrong with this? Please help!!!!!
    This is a *huge* problem Thanks Paul

    floppo Guest

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    Default Re: CFFile Problem in MX7 - No Error Message, No Upload

    floppo wrote:
    > We have a CFFile tag writing to a UNC Path. Its been working for years, and
    > suddenly its acting terribly -- it does not return an error message, and
    > appears to have written the Action='Upload' file, but actually doesn't upload
    > the file at all We recently upgraded to MX7 and I think this is one of the
    > problems The code is very simple: <cffile action='upload' filefield='NewPDF'
    > destination='\\RCCNT1\WebSiteData\DocImages\#Direc toryCode#\#NewStartFileName#.p
    > df' nameconflict='overwrite' mode='777'> The output of the coldfusion
    > variables is fine Does anyone see anything wrong with this? Please help!!!!!
    > This is a *huge* problem Thanks Paul
    >
    ColdFusion has to be running as a user with network access in order for
    this to work. By default CF runs as the "System" user on Windows which
    doesn't have network access. In order for this to work you'll have to
    change the user that CF runs as (which ir probably what you did before
    at some point).

    Matt

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    Matt Woodward
    Team Macromedia - ColdFusion
    mpwoodward *TMM* Guest

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    Default Re: CFFile Problem in MX7 - No Error Message, No Upload

    yes that was it, we had the ColdFusion service log on as an NT account that has network privaleges to that folder and everything is fine again, thanks Matt
    floppo Guest

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