Are you running FoxWeb as a service? If yes, then you must make sure that the user that the sservice is running as has read and write privileges to c:\temps. The IUSR account, which is what creates the POST file also needs read and write privileges in the same location. The simplest way to achieve this is to right-click on the c:\temp directory in Windows Explorer, select properties, Security and then give full rights to "Everyone".
Sent by Fernando Medan on 04/28/2003 10:00:07 AM:
When uploading files, the script fails as the size of the file to be uploaded is more than 100Kb. It then receive the message "Could not open POST data file".
I am running Foxweb 2.11 on Windows 2000 as a service, with VFP6.
The TempDir registry entry in the FoxWeb key, is c:\temps with write privileges.
Help me, please!