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dennis_gull
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Hello, when I try to upload a file on my site and its to big it will send me this message on the preview you upload page:

Warning: reset(): Passed variable is not an array or object in /hsphere/local/home/dennisg/ingameauction.com/includes/classes/product_manage.php on line 117Warning: Variable passed to each() is not an array or object in /hsphere/local/home/dennisg/ingameauction.com/includes/classes/product_manage.php on line 118
I think its because it takes to long time to send the data is that true?The code from the error line looks like this:
class objectInfo {// class constructor	function objectInfo($object_array) {	  reset($object_array);	  while (list($key, $value) = each($object_array)) {		$this->$key = tep_db_prepare_input($value);	  }	}  }

Any ideas why this is happening? The file I try to upload is only about 10 mb.

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Hello, when I try to upload a file on my site and its to big it will send me this message on the preview you upload page:I think its because it takes to long time to send the data is that true?The code from the error line looks like this:
class objectInfo {// class constructor	function objectInfo($object_array) {	  reset($object_array);	  while (list($key, $value) = each($object_array)) {		$this->$key = tep_db_prepare_input($value);	  }	}  }

Any ideas why this is happening? The file I try to upload is only about 10 mb.

the errors are telling you that it wants $object_array to be an array but for some reason it isn't an array. take a look at the code where you work with $object_array and double check that it is actually an array
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Well go check to see if the file is bigger than the set limit in Apache/IIS and PHP. In Apache it should be in the httpd.confand in PHP it should be in the php.ini... I believe, other wise you can google for 'max upload size php/apache/IIS'I'll go see what I can turn up.

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thanks dcole.ath.cx but wont I need to have access to the root to change the php.ini file?Im using a webhost at the moment, is there anything I can do then?
there is an ini_set function that you can use in any php file but if you not on your own webhost it is probably blocked. some (not many) webhosts allow a php.ini file in your main directory.
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omg I feel so relieved. I just mailed my host and asked about the max upload size and how to change it (if it was possible) and it took like 3 second for them to answer and they told me to add the data I needed in the htaccess file, for example:php_value post_max_size 50Mphp_value upload_max_filesize 50Mphp_value max_execution_time 1200php_value memory_limit 50M And so I did, and now everything works fine :)I was going crazy over this and it was so easy to fix it, anyways thanks for the help. I wouldn't have been able to figure this out by myself.

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Just to mention, you will want to validate the uploaded file before you try to do anything with it. That way you can display a useful error message to the user instead of the user seeing that you aren't passing an array to reset, that doesn't mean anything to a user. Instead you will want to detect if the file was too large and show an error message saying that. There is more information about that here:http://www.php.net/manual/en/features.file-upload.php

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