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Upload issues

Mscates176
Hi

Trying to use the standard java uploader and keep getting technical error? anyone else getting this?

Thanks
Mark
Cannon 60D
Posted: 08/02/2012, 18:31:22 PM
Afagundes
Mscates176, it stopped working some months ago, I moved to the FTP uploader and never thought of trying it again, I sugest you do the same.
f/4L Canon EF 70-300mm IS/USM f/4-5.6 Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM/Macro ...
Posted: 08/02/2012, 23:58:03 PM
Kschua
same here. had no success using java to upload my files recently. switched to using the ftp. the uploading is a breeze. As Afagundes said, give the ftp a go.
Posted: 08/03/2012, 00:40:09 AM
Honkamaa
Same here, switched to FTP when Java wasnt working and never thought about trying Java uploader again.
A camera, a lense and a tripod.
Posted: 08/03/2012, 01:25:51 AM
Ela9
Any ideas when java upload gonna be fixed :/
Canon 60D
Posted: 08/03/2012, 07:07:14 AM
Sid
Admin
I strongly suggest you give a try to the ftp client. Otherwise, you could try the java upload with the windows firewall turned off.
550D and brain.
Posted: 08/03/2012, 08:19:03 AM
Mscates176
It seems to work via FTP, thanks for everyones help
Cannon 60D
Posted: 08/03/2012, 08:24:45 AM
Ela9
ftp worked just fine, thanks for the help
Canon 60D
Posted: 08/04/2012, 09:34:43 AM
Dgmate
FTP 'could not connect to server' today. Is this temporary?
Nikon 80-200mm, Nikon18-200VR, Nikon 18-55mm, SB600 flash, Z96 light,...
Posted: 08/13/2012, 19:35:39 PM
Dgmate
Yes it was temporary. Was able to upload
Nikon 80-200mm, Nikon18-200VR, Nikon 18-55mm, SB600 flash, Z96 light,...
Posted: 08/13/2012, 21:58:12 PM
pic.r

Originally posted by Sid:
Quoted Message: I strongly suggest you give a try to the ftp client. Otherwise, you could try the java upload with the windows firewall turned off.


I experienced the problem with Java today, although I have the newest Java update and allowed it to pass through the Windows firewall.

Giving a go at FTP upload just now... it works like a charm.
Nikon DSLR and various equipment
Posted: 01/29/2013, 07:59:16 AM
Breakingnorm
i'm new here. where is my uploaded image ? it only shows 'Processed with image ID xyz' in 'upload history'. but how can i access my uploaded image and promote ihem ?
Digicam
Posted: 01/30/2013, 10:31:06 AM
BCritchley
Admin
Hit unfinished button to the left of where your looking at your upload history.
28-300, Canon L 24-70, 50mm prime f/1.4, 2 x Canon 580EX II Flash uni...
Posted: 01/30/2013, 10:36:55 AM
Tangie
Admin
If the image you uploaded was processed, it should appear in your unfinished folder in the management area and you need to continue the upload from there. Please see link below for upload instructions:
Upload faq
Posted: 01/30/2013, 10:38:02 AM
Angelsimon
Uploading by FTP is better and you save time.
I use to work with first line Nikon equipment.
Posted: 02/20/2013, 04:40:17 AM
Ajv123ajv
Why worry about FTP when pending/approval takes over 14 days???
Posted: 02/20/2013, 06:02:18 AM