warper2 Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: 11.3 File Upload Extension

Rickb wrote:

> Rickb wrote:
>
>> CRAIGDWILSON wrote:
>>
>>> Can Either Rickb or Chndrcks Create an SR?
>>> I can at least ensure the correct eyes get on it.
>>> Can't promise any results.
>>>
>>> On 6/5/2014 7:44 AM, Rickb wrote:
>>>> Shaun Pond wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Simon,
>>>>>
>>>>> in this respect, Novell don't look at OS X as Linux, I think
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> This definitely worked on 11.2.x. I used it a lot. Why was this pulled?
>>>> This just destroyed a client that we use this a lot for distribution.
>>>> Why was this pulled when it worked very well for what needed. You guys
>>>> are killing my business.
>>>>
>>>
>>>

>>
>> I will start one this morning.

>
> Novell support is not even sure whats going on. They are escalating now.


Received another call from Novell and they said yes it is still supported
but was missed and is being set to a high priority. Hopefully have something
real soon.
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warper2 Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: 11.3 File Upload Extension

CRAIGDWILSON wrote:

> Can Either Rickb or Chndrcks Create an SR?
> I can at least ensure the correct eyes get on it.
> Can't promise any results.
>
> On 6/5/2014 7:44 AM, Rickb wrote:
>> Shaun Pond wrote:
>>
>>> Simon,
>>>
>>> in this respect, Novell don't look at OS X as Linux, I think
>>>

>>
>> This definitely worked on 11.2.x. I used it a lot. Why was this pulled?
>> This just destroyed a client that we use this a lot for distribution. Why
>> was this pulled when it worked very well for what needed. You guys are
>> killing my business.
>>

>
>


I have opened SR# 10895775321. Now we will see how long takes to respond.
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daniel_99_1999 Absent Member.
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Re: 11.3 File Upload Extension

warper2;2321889 wrote:
CRAIGDWILSON wrote:

> Can Either Rickb or Chndrcks Create an SR?
> I can at least ensure the correct eyes get on it.
> Can't promise any results.
>
> On 6/5/2014 7:44 AM, Rickb wrote:
>> Shaun Pond wrote:
>>
>>> Simon,
>>>
>>> in this respect, Novell don't look at OS X as Linux, I think
>>>

>>
>> This definitely worked on 11.2.x. I used it a lot. Why was this pulled?
>> This just destroyed a client that we use this a lot for distribution. Why
>> was this pulled when it worked very well for what needed. You guys are
>> killing my business.
>>

>
>


I have opened SR# 10895775321. Now we will see how long takes to respond.


Hi, did anything come of this?
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chndrcks Absent Member.
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Re: 11.3 File Upload Extension

shaunpond;2320943 wrote:
Chndrcks,

the file upload extension never was supported on Macs - are you sure it
used to work?

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Shaun Pond
newly reminted as a Knowledge Professional


Hi Shaun,

Thanks for the reply. I'm fairly certain it used to work. Since everything got upgraded to 11.3 I couldn't do a perfect test, but here's what I did:

-Installed the 11.2 virtual appliance and set up a new zone
-Installed Firefox 24.5 ESR onto a fresh OSX (10.9) machine
-Made the required about:config change (extensions.install.requireBuiltInCerts)
-Downloaded the ZCM 11.2.x File Upload Extension for Firefox versions 17-26 from Novell patchfinder.
-Unzipped the download
-Installed the xpi to firefox
-Relaunched Firefox

-Created a new Macintosh Bundle
- Install Directory
- filled in name, etc.
- Source Directory

And I'm able to choose and upload a directory.

--
Chris
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: 11.3 File Upload Extension

Chndrcks,

nice - just pointing out that Novell won't help if you come unstuck 😉

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Shaun Pond
newly reminted as a Knowledge Professional


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