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Error java.io.FileNotFoundException when upload image in coldfusion

Posted on 2009-05-05
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Hello experts.
I have a problem with my upload image code.
When i'm trying to upload one image with size:2000 x 1000 i get the error:
 An exception occured while trying to write the image.
Ensure that the destination directory exists and that Coldfusion has permission to write to the given path or file. cause : java.io.FileNotFoundException:C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\test\images\Untitled-1.jpg (file can not be found from system)
..(on line destination="#thispath#/#cffile.serverFile#")...
Any help
<CFSET thispath = expandpath("./images")>
<cfif isdefined ("uploadf1") AND CGI.REQUEST_METHOD IS "POST">
    <cfif structKeyExists(form,"foto1") and len(form.foto1)>
<CFFILE action="upload" filefield="foto1" destination="#thispath#" nameconflict="MAKEUNIQUE" >
  <!--- check if is an image --->
        <cfif Lcase(file.ClientFileExt)NEQ "gif"
	      AND Lcase(file.ClientFileExt) NEQ "jpg"
          AND Lcase(file.ClientFileExt) NEQ "jpeg">
         <cffile  action="delete" file="#thispath#/#cffile.serverfile#">
         <cfset   errors = errors & "Image 1 is not an image file!<br />">
     
     <!--- check the image size --->
        <cfelseif cffile.Filesize GT 500 * 1024>
          <cffile  action="delete" file="#thispath#/#cffile.serverfile#">
          <cfset errors = errors & "Image 1 is bigger than alowed!<br />">
        <cfelse>
    
     <!--- check if there is allready img_1 then delete the file to replace it with the new one--->
          <cfif  getDBimage1.Recordcount NEQ 0>
         
           <cffile action="delete" file="#thispath#/#getDBimage1.img_Text#">
           <cffile action="delete" file="#thispath#/thumbs/#getDBimage1.img_Text#">
           <cffile action="delete" file="#thispath#/bigsize/#getDBimage1.img_Text#">
          </cfif>
     <!--- end --->
     <!--- resize the file --->
             <cfimage name="uploadedImage"
             source="#thispath#/#cffile.serverFile#" >
             <cfimage action="resize"
             height="#newHeight#"
             width="#newWidth#"
             source="#uploadedImage#"
             destination="#thispath#/#cffile.serverFile#"
             overwrite="true"/> 
     
             <cfimage action="resize"
             height="#thumbHeight#"
             width="#thumbWidth#"
             source="#uploadedImage#"
             destination="#thispath#/thumbs/#cffile.serverFile#"
             overwrite="true"/>
    
             <cfimage action="resize"
             height="#bigHeight#"
             width="#bigWidth#"
             source="#uploadedImage#"
             destination="#thispath#/bigsize/#cffile.serverFile#"
             overwrite="true"/>
             
 
    <!--- end --->
          <CFSET ServerFile1 = CFFILE.SERVERFILE>
 </cfif>
  </cfif

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by:erikTsomik
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is this only happened while uploading this particular image or it happened to all images
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by:Panos
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Hi erikTsomik:
I just tested with another image 1024 x 686 and i got again the error
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For one image 359x359 and smaller once i have no problem.
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by:azadisaryev
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is your C: drive running out of space, perhaps?

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by:Panos
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Hi azadi
I have left 4,7 gb .Is this not enough?
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It may also be this image resize bug

http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/403/kb403411.html
CFImage and the image functions can leave an image file locked after an initial write to disk in Adobe ColdFusion 8.0.1. This can cause subsequent operations on the image to fail with an error similar to the following:

"An exception occurred while trying to write the image. Ensure that the destination directory exists and that ColdFusion has permission to write to the given path or file. Cause: java.io.FileNotFoundException: /pathToImage/portrait.jpg"
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by:duncancumming
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You refer to both the file and cffile scope, e.g.
file.ClientFileExt

The file scope is deprecated, and should be replaced with cffile.  That's not going to fix your problem, just a word of advice.

Secondly, you upload the file, then check the extension is gif or jpg, and delete the file if it's not.  The better way to do this might just be to use the Accept attribute on the <cffile>, e.g.
<CFFILE action="upload" filefield="foto1" destination="#thispath#" nameconflict="MAKEUNIQUE"  accept="image/gif, image/jpg, image/jpeg">
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by:azadisaryev
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@panosms:
>> I have left 4,7 gb .Is this not enough?

that should be enough :) ...

do check out _agx_'s suggestion about the image locking bug - that could be the culprit, even though in my previous bouts with it it has manifested itself disregarding the image filesize...

does the error occur on <cffile> operation or somewhere else? can you check the line number reported in the cf error you get and post that line of code?

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by:Panos
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Ok i solve it
It was the bug fix.
Thank you
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by:Panos
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Thank you all for your help.
duncancumming i gave a few points for your advice too.
I would be glad if someone could helpme with the cfloop problem i have in that question :http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Web_Servers/ColdFusion/Q_24380974.html
regards
Panos
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