Upload failure IN011

Sophie_HH

30-11-2015

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to upload an article in DPS 15 - source file is HTML - and this Upload failure message appears:

"The content was not uploaded.

A resource listed in the manufest file was not found in the article.

[IN011]

Select Upload to try again."

Can you advise on what the IN011 is linked too, please?

Thnak you,

Sophie

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Colin_Fleming

30-11-2015

So, maybe a short-term thing to try:

Package the output from Edger Reflow, then unzip it and delete the Icon file -- then re-package the unzipped folder -- that might remove the problem.

Quirky, yes. But it might work.

Longer-term: See if Edge Reflow has a preference to not generate that Icon file.

Answers (12)

Answers (12)

Sophie_HH

30-11-2015

I used Edge Reflow for that creation. I uploaded the package with all content and this "icon" file wasn't in the 'img' folder before I created the article. It's only visible once I unzip the .article The last screenshot might show you better than my words (left is the folder packaged after Edge Reflow work, right is after unzipping the .article), I also add a screenshot of the line in the Manifest file.

Sophie

Icon-file-in-manifest.pngIcon-file-created.pngScreen Shot 2015-11-30 at 21.00.30.png

Colin_Fleming

30-11-2015

What are you using to build your HTML?

The HTML Packager, and DPS 2015, expect you to package a folder which contains one index.html file and all supporting materials (css, images, js, ...)

-- The tool you're using to build your html may be adding extra elements that are not needed.

Sophie_HH

30-11-2015

Hey,

Looks like when I package the HTML it creates a "Icon" file - without extension, in the "img" folder. The manifest file seems to be looking for it.

Do you have some idea about the origin of this file? And do you think it could cause the IN011 failure message?

Thank you,

mikecyang

Employee

30-11-2015

Please make a copy of the .article file, rename the extension of the copy to .zip and uncompress it using the default unarchiver on the OS.