Support » Plugin: Delightful Downloads » The specified file does not exist

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  • The same happens to me.
    I can upload.
    but select existing file is not working (it shows nothing at all) and if I paste an URL, it says existing file does not exist, even if it is a file I uploaded some minutes ago, for another download.
    any ideas? I am clueless

    I’m seeing the same problem. I installed the plugin and uploaded some files. I’m able to generate shortcodes when I edit a page but every file I’ve tried gives me the same error when I try to download it.

    File does not exist!

    I get these errors in my httpd-error.log file.

    [Sat Apr 13 21:17:23.288309 2013] [:error] [pid 15168] [client 192.168.42.29:527
    37] PHP Notice: Undefined variable: root in /usr/local/www/apache24/data/wp-con
    tent/plugins/delightful-downloads/includes/js/jqueryFileTree/connectors/jqueryFi
    leTree.php on line 21, referer: https://rhea/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=ded
    o_download
    [Sat Apr 13 21:17:23.288346 2013] [:error] [pid 15168] [client 192.168.42.29:527
    37] PHP Notice: Undefined variable: root in /usr/local/www/apache24/data/wp-con
    tent/plugins/delightful-downloads/includes/js/jqueryFileTree/connectors/jqueryFi
    leTree.php on line 22, referer: https://rhea/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=ded
    o_download
    [Sat Apr 13 21:17:23.288402 2013] [:error] [pid 15168] [client 192.168.42.29:527
    37] PHP Notice: Undefined variable: root in /usr/local/www/apache24/data/wp-con
    tent/plugins/delightful-downloads/includes/js/jqueryFileTree/connectors/jqueryFi
    leTree.php on line 28, referer: https://rhea/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=ded
    o_download
    [Sat Apr 13 21:17:23.288423 2013] [:error] [pid 15168] [client 192.168.42.29:527
    37] PHP Notice: Undefined variable: root in /usr/local/www/apache24/data/wp-con
    tent/plugins/delightful-downloads/includes/js/jqueryFileTree/connectors/jqueryFi
    /var/log/httpd-error.log: unmodified: line 1

    I’m seeing the same file does not exist error when I upload a file from my local computer. The file does get uploaded, though. It is copied into wp-content/uploads/delightful-downloads/2013/04 on my server and it appears on the list of files in the Downloads page.

    I’m using WordPress 3.5.1.

    Three weeks later, and the problem still exists – uploading files works nice, they actually also get listed in the plugins “All Downloads” list, and including shortcodes also renders the buttons on the page correctly, but right after the file has uploaded you get a red warning box at the top “File does not exist” – and the links of the buttons simply send you to a rather bland error page.

    This needs some rather urgent fixing. What else can I do to figure out what goes wrong here?

    Same problem here.
    ┬┐Any other recommended plugin?

    I found a way to get rid of the dreaded ‘File does not exist’ error, but I had to manually edit the WordPress database to do it.

    In the postmeta table, each download target has a row with a value of _dedo_file_url in the meta_key column. I changed https:// to http:// in the meta_value column. As soon as I did that, I could download the corresponding file from my website.

    The only reason I could think of that https got stuck into the meta_value column is that I force WordPress to use ssl for all admin pages.

    Just thought I’d chime in – had the same problem, file exists, but the plugin reported the file didn’t.

    Did a bit of digging in the code, the $file_path variable used when submitting the update form wasn’t taking into account my subdomain.

    I changed the dedo_root_dir() function to use $_SERVER['REAL_DOCUMENT_ROOT'] instead of $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] and this fixed the problem.

    Ryan

    Lou Friedman

    (@lou-friedman)

    Hi guys – I’m having the exact same problem when running Delightful Downloads on my dev subdomain. I tried following the steps taken above to 1)search my DB to see if the issue is there and 2)Update the code in functions.php as Ryan did to change the document root.

    Findings: My DB lists the correct path: http://dev.mysite.com/wp-content/uploads/delightful-downloads/2013/10/filename.pdf

    Updating the code to $_SERVER['REAL_DOCUMENT_ROOT'] has no effect.

    Do I need to uninstall the plugin and reinstall for that change to take place?

    Instead of $_SERVER[‘REAL_DOCUMENT_ROOT’], should it be $_SERVER[‘/dev/’]?

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    @lou Friedman: As per the Forum Welcome, please post your own topic.

    Plugin Author A5hleyRich

    (@a5hleyrich)

    The fix for this issue will be uploaded within the next few days.

    Plugin Author A5hleyRich

    (@a5hleyrich)

    Please update to version 1.2.1 to resolve the issue.

    I have the last version and still have the same error ! please help

    Plugin Author A5hleyRich

    (@a5hleyrich)

    Hi,

    Can you please send your server information to hello[at]ashleyrich.com. You can find the information from the support link under the plugins page.

    Regards,

    Ashley

    Hi Have this issue too (April 7th 2014) ?

    any fix ?

    Plugin Author A5hleyRich

    (@a5hleyrich)

    Can you please send your server information to hello[at]delightfulwp.com. You can find the information in the settings screen under the support tab.

    Regards,

    Ashley

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