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September 30, 2022 at 11:16 pm in reply to: Can the module handle multiple articles each with its own upload folder? #3313
@RichardXWH. Thanks for your question. Yes, the module can be used in multiple articles with different upload folders. Just create a module instance for each article as needed.
@serge73. Thanks for your request. I don’t usually do custom changes to my extensions. I don’t really have the time to do that, and I am busy with several ongoing projects.
@serge73. Thanks for posting. Sorry for not replying sooner.
I currently can’t commit myself to making any major changes to the Easy File Uploader. I am already behind in a few of my project.
@cooky61. Thanks for posting. What version of Easy Folder Listing Pro do you have installed on Joomla 4? Do you have a link to your webpage so that I can see your issue in action?
Quick follow-up… I was too quick to do a pull request on GitHub. I closed my pull request, as someone had previously encountered this problem and made a pull request 2 days ago. Here is that pull request:
in updates XML always resulted in an error #38121
In the interim, until they fix this issue in a new Joomla release, the only thing I can do to circumvent it is to remove the database requirement entirely from the update XML file.
Ok guys. Thank for coming to the support site and posting the error. Fortunately, the error is not a result of anything I have changed or my code. Actually, a change was made in the Joomla CMS code that created the error. I have researched it, and found the problem, and have requested a pull request on Joomla’s GitHub. It is now up to the moderators to review my pull request and make the change in the next Joomla 4 release. Here is a link to the pull request I made: Update ExtensionAdapter.php #38131
It seems as though the they made a change on June 11, and that is what messed it up. I am requesting they revert it back.
@serge73. Thanks for reporting. I have not changed any settings on my Update Server. The minimum MySQL Version supported by all my extensions is 5.5.3.
If your database server is version 5.7, then you should not get this error. However, where are you getting this error? Could you email me a screenshot?
@jimi. Just a quick update. I was not able to make Easy Flash Uploader work on Joomla 4 this past weekend. I am going to have to overhaul it to get it to work properly. I will probably have to change it from a plugin to a component/plugin hybrid. That will take some time.
@jimi. I am in the process of updating it to work on Joomla 4. The current version 4.2 is not yet compatible with Joomla 4.
@owenc. I am currently testing on PHP 7.4 on my test servers. I basically follow the minimum requirements for installing Joomla. Are you using a PHP version lower than 7?
@trucks79. Thanks for your question.
Currently, front end users do not have the ability to delete uploaded files.
@owenc. Thanks for posting your question.
Yes, subfolders are currently only displayed in the pro version.
@jimi. Thanks for your suggestion and interest in improving my module. You have a lot of active users uploading. Congrats. Have you ever considered Easy Flash Uploader? Here is the product page: https://www.valorapps.com/web-products/easy-flash-uploader.html
And here is the demo: http://www.demos.michaelgilkes.com/joomla/index.php/easy-flash-uploader-demo
This plugin automatically creates the user folders. It is only USD $10.