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[SOLVED]Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby knucklesmcfly » Fri Feb 26, 2010 4:22 pm

Hey all...I have a script in MVC form that handles a form post with an optional file upload...My problem is that when the user does not input a file to upload, it's optional, I get a Joomla! warning on the redirected page that says, "Warning: Failed to move file." I know it's a Joomla! warning because it has the warning icon.

How do I turn that off?

Thanks all... :pop
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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby Marcus Stafford » Fri Feb 26, 2010 4:27 pm

Go to Global Configuration and click Server.

Set 'Error Reporting' to None.
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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby knucklesmcfly » Fri Feb 26, 2010 5:08 pm

Tried that. It didn't work.

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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby dhuelsmann » Fri Feb 26, 2010 6:13 pm

Why is it trying to upload the file if the user didn't input anything? Sounds like you need to adjust your code so that it doesn't try to upload if there was no input
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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby knucklesmcfly » Fri Feb 26, 2010 7:32 pm

Here's the code:

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      if ($image)
      {
         jimport('joomla.filesystem.file');
         
         $imagename = JFile::makeSafe($image['name']);
         
            $src = $image['tmp_name'];
            $dest = JPATH_COMPONENT . DS . "uploads" . DS . $imagename;
      
            if ( strtolower(JFile::getExt($imagename) ) == 'jpg' || 'png')
            {
               if ( JFile::upload($src, $dest) ) {
                  $filemsg = 'Your image has been uploaded';
               } else {
                  $filemsg = 'There was an error uploading your image';
               }
            } else {
               $filemsg = 'Image is not proper file extension';
            }   
         
      }

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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby dhuelsmann » Fri Feb 26, 2010 7:35 pm

Where are you making sure that $image is set to null before input?
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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby knucklesmcfly » Sat Feb 27, 2010 10:58 am

dhuelsmann wrote:Where are you making sure that $image is set to null before input?


In the controller:

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$image = JRequest::getVar('image', null, 'files');

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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby knucklesmcfly » Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:15 am

When I echo out $image it gives me the value of Array.

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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby jlighthouse » Sat Feb 27, 2010 3:39 pm

Hi, I had the same error, just put this code into my conrtoller:

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//-----------------------------> ATTACHMENTS FILE SIZE CHECKS <-----------------------------\\
   // import joomla clases to manage file system
   jimport('joomla.filesystem.folder');
   jimport('joomla.filesystem.file');

        // get posted attachments
   $files = JRequest::getVar('attachments', 'post', 'files', 'array');

   // get application reference
   $app =& JFactory::getApplication();

   // get Lighthouse config
   $config =& LighthouseModelConfig::getInstance();

   // process attachments
   $filesCount = count($files['name']);
   for ($i = 0; $i < $filesCount; $i++) {
      // check posted attachments
      if (strlen(trim($files['name'][$i])) > 0) {
         // get maximum size of attachment in bytes
         $maxSize = (int)$config->getAttachmentSettings('maximumSize');

         // check attachment size
         if ($maxSize > 0 && (int)$files['size'][$i] > $maxSize) {
            // set error notice
            $app->setUserState('warningMsg', JText::_('ATTACHMENT_HUGE').' ( '.JFile::getName($files['name'][$i]).' ) ');

            if ($catid != 0)
               $this->setRedirect(JRoute::_('index.php?option=com_lighthouse&controller=question&task=create&catid='. $catid .'&'. JUtility::getToken() .'=1', false));
            else
               $this->setRedirect(JRoute::_('index.php?option=com_lighthouse&controller=question&task=create&zonid='. $zonid .'&'. JUtility::getToken() .'=1', false));
                  return;
         }
      }
      else {
         unset($files['name'][$i]);
         unset($files['type'][$i]);
         unset($files['tmp_name'][$i]);
         unset($files['error'][$i]);
         unset($files['size'][$i]);
      }
   }

   $app->setUserState('warningMsg', '');
//-----------------------------> ATTACHMENTS FILE SIZE CHECKS <-----------------------------\\
   // get Ticket model
        $modelTicket =& $this->getModel('Ticket');

        $post = JRequest::get('post');

        // let the model save all necessary data
        if ($msgid = $modelTicket->store($post, $files)) {
                ...

The idea is to clear the garbage in the $files (a bunch of unsets) even if nothing was uploaded. And then in the model I upload files:

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   function store($post, $files)
   {
      // get Ticket table
      $tableTicket =& $this->getTable();

      // prepare grouping
      $group = $this->_db->nameQuote('catid') .' = '. intval($post['catid']);

      // store ticket
      if (!$this->save($post, true, $tableTicket, $group))
         return false;

      // get Message table
      $tableMessage =& $this->getTable('Message');

      // specify some post values
      $now = JFactory::getDate();
      $post['create_date'] = $now->toMySQL();
      $post['tickid'] = $tableTicket->tickid;

      // prepare grouping
      $group = $this->_db->nameQuote('tickid') .' = '. intval($tableTicket->tickid);

      // store message
      if (!$this->save($post, true, $tableMessage, $group))
         return false;

      // get Lighthouse config
      $config =& LighthouseModelConfig::getInstance();

      // process files
      if ($config->getAttachmentSettings('isUploadsActivated')) {
         for ($i = 0; $i < $config->getAttachmentSettings('allowedNumberPossibleFileUploads'); $i++) {
            if (!empty($files['name'][$i])) {
               // then create assigned attachment
               $attachment = new StdClass;
               $attachment->attid = 0;
               $attachment->name = JFile::makeSafe(JFile::stripExt($files['name'][$i]));
               $attachment->extension = JFile::getExt($files['name'][$i]);
   
               // create folder for attachment
               if (!JFolder::create(JPATH_COMPONENT_SITE.DS.'attachments'.DS.'message '.$tableMessage->msgid, 0775)) {
                   // handle failed folder creation
                  $this->setError(get_class($this).'::store attachment failed - cannot create folder');
                  return false;
               }
               else
                  $attachment->folder = JPATH_COMPONENT_SITE.DS.'attachments'.DS.'message '.$tableMessage->msgid;
   
               $attachment->sizekb = $files['size'][$i] / 1024;
               $attachment->msgid = $tableMessage->msgid;
   
               // and store it
               if(!$this->_db->insertObject('#__lighthouse_attachment', $attachment, 'attid')) {
                  $this->setError(get_class( $this ).'::store attachment failed - '.$this->_db->getErrorMsg());
                  return false;
               }
   
               // specify destination folder
               $filePath = JPath::clean($attachment->folder.DS.$attachment->name.'.'.$attachment->extension);
   
               // save file in the folder
               if (!JFile::upload($files['tmp_name'][$i], $filePath)) {
                   // handle failed upload
                  $this->setError(get_class( $this ).'::save attachment failed - cannot upload file');
                  return false;
               }
            }
         }
      }

      return $tableMessage->msgid;
   }

When I not only upload files, but also keep tracks in the DB, what is not recommended.

This code checked with several extensions. Pay attention to the unset instructions. I think it is your solution

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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby knucklesmcfly » Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:16 pm

This seems like an uncanny way to accomplish this. But I'm going to give it a try.

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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby dam-man » Tue Mar 02, 2010 9:56 am

Do you one or more attachments at one save?
You could simply check if the temp name is filled, if so process upload else don't upload. Looks much easier to me..

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      if ($image['tmp_name'] != '')
      {
         jimport('joomla.filesystem.file');
         
         $imagename = JFile::makeSafe($image['name']);
         
            $src = $image['tmp_name'];
            $dest = JPATH_COMPONENT . DS . "uploads" . DS . $imagename;
     
            if ( strtolower(JFile::getExt($imagename) ) == 'jpg' || 'png')
            {
               if ( JFile::upload($src, $dest) ) {
                  $filemsg = 'Your image has been uploaded';
               } else {
                  $filemsg = 'There was an error uploading your image';
               }
            } else {
               $filemsg = 'Image is not proper file extension';
            }   
         
      }
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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby knucklesmcfly » Tue Mar 02, 2010 1:59 pm

dam-man you know what? It's funny because this was actually the solution I wound up using. I use a check to see if $file['name'] is not null.

Thanks much for the reply.

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Re: Turn Off Joomla! Warning

Postby dam-man » Wed Mar 03, 2010 8:18 am

knucklesmcfly wrote:dam-man you know what? It's funny because this was actually the solution I wound up using. I use a check to see if $file['name'] is not null.

Thanks much for the reply.

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