Problems about ImageManager of RadEditor after upgrading

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  1. Vinix
    Vinix avatar
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    Jan 2008

    Posted 09 Sep 2015 Link to this post

    Developing Environment: Windows 10 + 4.0 + UI for ASP.NET AJAX 2015.2.729.40
    Target Server: Windows Server 2003 SP2

    I'm originally using UI for ASP.NET AJAX 2010.3.1317.40 and installed 2015.2.729.40. After ​that, I can not upload image in ImageManager of RadEditor. After multiple testing, I found that it's because the ​async uploading feature. The feature is on by default in the new version, so it will use /App_Data/RadUploadTemp for temp storage, but the permission is Read/Execute o​riginally. After setting the permission to the temp folder, I can now upload image, but uploaded image didn't get focused automatically.I have to page down to find the image since there are lots of files. I set ImageManager.EnableAsyncUpload to false to workaround the problem. Why it's not focused after async-uploading?

    Besides, I suggest to update online document ( aboout RadEditor, since the account used by IIS has changed from NETWORK SERVICE to <AppPoolIdentity>. And, there is nothing about the temp folder of AsyncUpload in this page. I finally found it in

  2. Ianko
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    1507 posts

    Posted 10 Sep 2015 Link to this post

    Hi Vinix,

    The default upload control is indeed changed and in order for the uploading to work the App_Data folder should have read/write permissions.  However, selecting of the file after upload works on my end, you can also check this with this online demo—

    As for documentation, the note is left for the users that still use older versions of the controls. What it will be updated soon is an additional paragraph mentioning the change of the default upload control.

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