Do you use your own custom FileBrowserContentProvider and trying to upload the image to another directory?
A possible reason for the message can be that the application does not have the needed permissions to create files/folders inside the directories that is set to the UploadPaths
variable) of the RadFileExplorer
In your case I recommend you to perform this test:
- Remove the RadEditor (or all RadControls) from the page
- In the code behind of the same page where the RadEditor was declared add this code
sender, EventArgs e)
message = ex.Message;
- The "Paths" string should be replaced with the paths that are set to the UploadPaths properties of the RadEditor . You can use Server.MapPath in order to retrieve the ( for example: Server.MapPath("~/ExampleVirtualPath")) in order to get the physical paths, because these methods accept physical path, not virtual.
- You need to add a break point to the beginning of the Page_Load event and make sure that the code is executed without any exceptions.
- If an exception is thrown, then you will be sure that the problem is in the Server's permissions set to the folder(s) and not in the RadControls.
- You can get more information about the error by examining the highlighted ex.Message property.
Could you please perform this test and let me know the result? In case, however, that an exception is thrown, then I recommend you to contact the administrator of the server and ask him to provide the needed permissions.
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