This is typically the way I reference my public files directory:
public_files_dir = imagenes
which implies that I have a sub directory called imagenes inside of my base OMP installation directory. Are your file permissions correct? That directory (and all of its sub directories) need to be writable by the web server user.
I've referenced the file like that, the folder exists and has the correct permissions on my server, but it doesn't work. It has the same permissions as the folder where the temporary file the uploader creates is stored. The temp file is there so the permissions are right.
The leading "/" in the public files directory is not going to work.
I've tried with and without the "/".
I don't think it's the same problem. There, at least the image is uploaded although the url is wrong. But i can't make it to upload the photo. It just creates the temporary file.
Thanks for your answers.
¿Could it be something about the mime types?. Looking at the config file i've seen there is this value:
mime_database_path = /etc/magic.mime
But my server is windows so the mime types are managed by IIS and that path doesn't exists. I don't know if this has something to do with it but after so many tests i don't see anything wrong and i can't find where is the problem.