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I see others have had same problem, I am not developer, do I have to get the server admin to fix the code?
Here is the error message:
Warning: mkdir() failed (Permission denied) in /usr/www/html/research/jqstudies/journal/admin/include/fileupload.php on line 57
Warning: Unable to create '/home/jqs_tamago/journal_files2004/JQS-2004-8.rtf': No such file or directory in /usr/www/html/research/jqstudies/journal/admin/include/fileupload.php on line 71
Warning: Unable to move '/tmp/php9WzPP3' to '/home/jqs_tamago/journal_files2004/JQS-2004-8.rtf' in /usr/www/html/research/jqstudies/journal/admin/include/fileupload.php on line 71
Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output started at /usr/www/html/research/jqstudies/journal/admin/include/fileupload.php:57) in /usr/www/html/research/jqstudies/journal/include/functions.inc.php on line 59
As the instructions in the installer indicate, you must enter a trailing slash for the "files path" setting. That is, "/home/jqs_tamago/journal_files/" instead of this "/home/jqs_tamago/journal_files"
You can fix your existing OJS install by running an SQL statement on your database like:
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UPDATE tbljournalconfig SET chFilePath = '/home/jqs_tamago/journal_files/';
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