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desky
07-25-2006 @ 4:41 PM
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so, how exactly did you get them to fix it? and what did they do??

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07-25-2006 @ 4:57 PM
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Godaddy have been excellent IMHO and solved the CFFILE issue I had quickly and with no fuss.

I cant really complain for £3 per month hosting fees.

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08-18-2006 @ 12:03 AM
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Wow ! I can't believe it. I finally got CFFILE Action=upload to work.

Here's what I used for the destination:
/var/chroot/home/content/1/2/3/username/html/#fname#

Where 1 = first letter of username
      2 = second letter of username
      3 = third letter of username
      username = full username

      fname is file name in input box

This will put files that are uploaded into the main web directory.

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08-18-2006 @ 9:16 AM
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Congratulations! :D  - hopefully goDaddy support has made this info available to users ;P ~megan

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torrentgirl
11-13-2006 @ 12:39 AM
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Hello all

Can someone tell me how to get cffile to work on Godaddy hosting?

Can you send me the exact steps.

I was starting to search for another cf host and decided to do asearch before I went ahead and found this forum

PLEASE HELP.

Thanks


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11-13-2006 @ 12:41 AM
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Can you post the exact code you used?

Will they need to add something to my site?

torrentgirl
11-14-2006 @ 8:28 AM
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please let me know how you got this to work

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11-14-2006 @ 10:00 AM
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torrentgirl,

Have you requested that GoDaddy fix the issue first? If Yes...

he mentions:

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Wow ! I can't believe it. I finally got CFFILE Action=upload to work.

Here's what I used for the destination:
/var/chroot/home/content/1/2/3/username/html/#fname#

Where 1 = first letter of username
      2 = second letter of username
      3 = third letter of username
      username = full username

      fname is file name in input box

This will put files that are uploaded into the main web directory.



So lets say your username is "torrentgirl" with GoDaddy.. you would do this:

<!--- define the folder --->
<cfset uploadDirectory =  "/var/chroot/home/content/t/o/r/torrentgirl/html/" />
<!--- upload the file --->
<cffile action="upload"
        fileField="yourFormFileField"
        directory="#uploadDirectory#"
        nameConflict="makeUnique" />


Give that a try!

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torrentgirl
11-14-2006 @ 10:19 AM
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yes, i have called godaddy several times all to no avail

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11-14-2006 @ 10:21 AM
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Ok thanks for clarifying his code.

I didn't know what he was talking about at first.

I'll try it

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