I have been playing around with different import mapping templates and I can no longer drag and drop the import mapping file. It will no longer upload and I am not getting any error messages.
I would double check if php-zip is still installed on the server because on a new install I had a similar problem that went away as soon as I installed php-zip.
I occasionally have this problem when using Google Chrome. Switching to Firefox fixes it for me. Unsure if this is related, but it's worth a try to attempt a different browser.
Thank you! Switching the browser appears to have worked for now
This issue came up again and the original fix is not working. The error log says this
ERROR --> PHPExcel_Reader_Exception: Could not open for reading! File does not exist.
What version are you using?
And what sort of server?
It is providence 1.7.8 and its on an apache server. The bar says that it uploads but nothing appears on the interface or in the database.
Can you confirm that you have the PHP "ZIP" extension available on your system?
The mapping in the photograph is the old one the new one does not appear. The old one was restored from the database after it was deleted when the new mapping would not upload.
I also just tried to use the old mapping and it says: ERROR --> Could not read source (format=XLSX). This mapping has already ingested thousands of records and now it no longer works.
Is there anything in the web server or application logs?
Also, try uploading it at https://demo.collectiveaccess.org. Does it work there?
I finally figured out what the issue was. Collective access seems to cache a lot of data and in a recent cleanup of that cache (so it didn't fill up the storage space where my sever is hosted) a tmp folder was deleted. When I recreated this folder the issue went away. Is there any way to deal with the massive data buildup so it doesn't cause this issue? My storage space is a few TB and it nearly fills up.
It should clean itself up. If it's not a nightly cron script to delete the contents (but not the tmp directory itself) would work.