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We have a plugin to upload images to s3 which was working with vanilla 2.2 .
Using it on fresh installed vanilla 2.6 shows internal server error, refer to image attached:
$Configuration['Garden']['Debug'] = true;
But still the message just says "Something has gone wrong. We've run into a problem and are unable to handle this request right now. Please check back in a little while. "
url's user/s3upload & post/editorupload are both showing 500 internal serve error
I've enabled the ff:
$Configuration['Garden']['Errors']['LogEnabled'] = true;
$Configuration['Garden']['Errors']['LogFile'] = 'log\error_log.txt';
But still can't find the error_log file. Debug is already set to true & ini_set('display_errors', 1) in index.php, but still it's only showing "Something has gone wrong. We've run into a problem and are unable to handle this request right now". Don't have clue where to start debugging.
Does 2.6 have new restriction's when it comes to ajax/jquery url?
The http 500 error code is a server error. You need to inspect your Apache log files.
Yes, thanks. For some reason, the request method is defaulting to GET. Do you have an article on how to override request method to POST?
It was an issue with our amazon bucket, denying access from localhost. Staging environment works ok. Thanks.