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Totally confused by the solution of file upload problem

 
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Dear all:

I setup the JForum 2.1.6 and file upload problem occured. I found 3 solutions from this forum:

1. build the source from CVS.
I checked out JFrom CVS from my netbean IDE and compile it as a project and then replace the "net" directory(which is under the WEB-INF/classes) of the distribution version of JForum. But I got the errors in the installation:
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Expression dateTimeFormat is undefined on line 2, column 29 in default/header.htm. The problematic instruction: ---------- ==> setting datetime_format set to "dateTimeFormat" [on line 2, column 1 in default/header.htm] [on line 2, column 1 in default/header.htm] in include "header.htm" [on line 1, column 1 in default/message.htm] in include
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2. download three class files (seemed like some Action*.class )from this forum and override the old ones.
I did it but it did not work.
3. just make a "tmp" directory under the tomcat/webapp/jforum (the deploy directory).
I did it and it worked.
I was totally confused about that. which solution is the CORRECT AND
FORMAL solution. If I used 3, must I backup the tmp directory with the
database also at the same time??
Who can help? Thanks in advanced.
[originally posted on jforum.net by alartin]
 
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In fact, the "tmp" directory is the easy one, and will work just fine.

You don't have to backup the directory.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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