[maplab-users] [Fwd: File Browser in MapLab]

Paul Spencer
Thu, 01 Apr 2004 15:28:53 -0500
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It seems as this is a pretty common problem with MapLab. I too have been
having many problems with the file browser in my MapLab install, but
contrary to what you indicate in this email, going back to the 2.0dev
version does not fix the problem and in fact has its own JS error when you
click the .. link at the top.

I have installed MapLab 2.0.1 on Windows 2K Pro with PHP4.3.2 and Apache 2.

My config info from the main MapLab page shows that everything has been
installed correctly, and the paths in the xml files are pathed correctly.

It seems that the file browser is not using the file_browser_root setting at

Another thing that I noticed is that for every link that is clicked, a new
PHP session file is being written as the window opens.

Any help would greatly be appreciated.


Tony Bursey
Sr. Spatial Application Developer
MapFusion Technologies Inc.
Tel: 905 - 709 - 1925 ext. 2234
Fax: 905 - 709 - 8907
Toll Free:  1-800-509-7238

> Paul Spencer
> Thu, 31 Oct 2002 16:29:30 -0500
> Previous message: [maplab-users] Java/HTML and Map-Resize code
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> All,
> a bug was discovered in the latest release candidate.  It affects the
> file browser if maplab is installed on Windows and makes it essentially
> unusable in most cases.  The link to the dev version (maplab-2.0dev)
> contains the fix.  If you don't want to overwrite your whole install,
> you can replace the following files:
> maplab-2.0rc3/htdocs/common/file_browser/Browser.php
> maplab-2.0rc3/htdocs/common/file_browser/browser_list.phtml
> Sorry for any problems this may have caused you.
> Cheers,
> Paul
> --
> Paul Spencer
> Applications and Software Development
> DM Solutions Group Inc.


Tony Bursey
Sr. Spatial Application Developer
MapFusion Technologies Inc.
Tel: 905 - 709 - 1925 ext. 2234
Fax: 905 - 709 - 8907
Toll Free:  1-800-509-7238


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