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  1. Moodle
  2. MDL-25634

Filepicker upload should handle files which exceed max_post_size directive in php.ini

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 2.0
    • Fix Version/s: 2.0.1
    • Component/s: Repositories
    • Labels:
      None
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_20_STABLE
    • Fixed Branches:
      MOODLE_20_STABLE

      Description

      It cause the problem of downloading repository_ajax.php

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            dongsheng Dongsheng Cai added a comment -

            fixed

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            dongsheng Dongsheng Cai added a comment - fixed
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            chrisf Chris Fryer added a comment -

            I still experience this issue when using Internet Explorer 8, even after this fix has been applied. I have an association for the extension php, which causes Internet Explorer to offer repository_ajax.php for download.

            PHP 5.2.8-1bunny2 with Suhosin-Patch 0.9.6.3
            Apache 2.2.9
            Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702
            Windows XP Service Pack 3

            Steps to reproduce:

            In a course, turn editing on
            Add a resource->File
            In the section headed "Content", click "Add"
            Browse for an attachment, and click "upload this file"

            Observed behaviour:
            I am prompted to download repository_ajax.php, which contains JSON, e.g.

            {"url":"http:\/\/moodletest.lse.ac.uk\/moodle-2.0\/draftfile.php\/14\/user\/draft\/334852668\/air-baloon","id":334852668,"file":"air-baloon"}

            This is happening when the uploaded file is smaller than post_max_size. I think it is caused by line 67:

            $OUTPUT->header();

            This sends the header "Content-Type: text/plain", which causes repository_ajax.php to be downloaded. Commenting out $OUTPUT->header(), which appears to be superfluous, means the content-type is set to "text/html". This is still incorrect – it should be "application/json" – but at least it allows you to upload the file.

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            chrisf Chris Fryer added a comment - I still experience this issue when using Internet Explorer 8, even after this fix has been applied. I have an association for the extension php, which causes Internet Explorer to offer repository_ajax.php for download. PHP 5.2.8-1bunny2 with Suhosin-Patch 0.9.6.3 Apache 2.2.9 Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702 Windows XP Service Pack 3 Steps to reproduce: In a course, turn editing on Add a resource->File In the section headed "Content", click "Add" Browse for an attachment, and click "upload this file" Observed behaviour: I am prompted to download repository_ajax.php, which contains JSON, e.g. {"url":"http:\/\/moodletest.lse.ac.uk\/moodle-2.0\/draftfile.php\/14\/user\/draft\/334852668\/air-baloon","id":334852668,"file":"air-baloon"} This is happening when the uploaded file is smaller than post_max_size. I think it is caused by line 67: $OUTPUT->header(); This sends the header "Content-Type: text/plain", which causes repository_ajax.php to be downloaded. Commenting out $OUTPUT->header(), which appears to be superfluous, means the content-type is set to "text/html". This is still incorrect – it should be "application/json" – but at least it allows you to upload the file.

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                  Fix Release Date:
                  25/Dec/10