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The server I'm using is WAMP, and it does upload the image every time without error, but I'm recieving this error:

Warning: getimagesize(C:\wamp\tmp\php11AC.tmp) [function.getimagesize]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:\........................... on line 15

 

the code is as follows

$name = $_FILES['creature_image']['name'];
$temp = $_FILES['creature_image']['tmp_name'];
$type = $_FILES['creature_image']['type'];
$size = $_FILES['creature_image']['size'];
print_r($_FILES);

$img_size = getimagesize( $temp ); //size of uploaded image
echo "<br>";
print_r($img_size);
$width=		$img_size[0];
$height=		$img_size[1];


the print_r dumps are:

Array ( [creature_image] => Array ( [name] => hare-rabbit-notes-and-que-006[1].jpg [type] => image/jpeg [tmp_name] => C:\wamp\tmp\phpF25E.tmp [error] => 0 => 35343 ) )
Array ( [0] => 460 [1] => 276 [2] => 2 [3] => width="460" height="276" [bits] => 8 [channels] => 3 [mime] => image/jpeg )
Array ( [creature_image] => Array ( [name] => hare-rabbit-notes-and-que-006[1].jpg [type] => image/jpeg [tmp_name] => C:\wamp\tmp\phpF25E.tmp [error] => 0 => 35343 ) )

 

Why am I getting the error when data is there?

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Before that I have developer implementation comments.

 

The repeat is for verification that data is still there after the first print_r.

 

That's how $_file is handled by print_r.

 

That did remove the error, but I need it to upload images.

 

Here is the code:

while ($m <= 100) {

//random charicter generator
    $characters = '0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ';
    $randomString = '';
    for ($i = 0; $i < 64; $i++) {
        $randomString .= $characters[rand(0, strlen($characters) - 1)];
    }
$path_rand = $randomString;
//echo $path_rand;


$sql_img_test= "SELECT * FROM $table_name WHERE $var_check='$path_rand' limit 1";
$result_img = mysql_query($sql_img_test, $con) or die ("can not generate result " . mysql_error());
$row_img = mysql_fetch_assoc($result_img); 
if (!$row_img){
$m=101;
} else {
$m++;
}}
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Then I'll go with the reply I was going to make before I saw the repeated print_r():

 

There's no way you're getting that error and the code is working. If that error occurs then getimagesize() will completely fail. There's something else going on.

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Fine don't believe that it works, and run it yourself:

<?php
//$path folder of location being uploaded to on recieving page
//$path full path of image
//$table_name name of table being checked
//$var_check name of variable in table
//$path_rand image path in directory

// loads image variables
$name = $_FILES['creature_image']['name'];
$temp = $_FILES['creature_image']['tmp_name'];
$type = $_FILES['creature_image']['type'];
$size = $_FILES['creature_image']['size'];
print_r($_FILES);

$img_size = getimagesize( $temp ); //size of uploaded image
echo "<br>";
print_r($img_size);
$width=		$img_size[0];
$height=		$img_size[1];

//echo "$width X $height <br>";

//requirements
$maxwidth = 1280;
$maxheight = 1280;
$allowed = array('image/jpeg' , 'image/png' , 'image/gif');



if (in_array($type, $allowed)){
$m=0;
while ($m <= 100) {

//random charicter generator
    $characters = '0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ';
    $randomString = '';
    for ($i = 0; $i < 64; $i++) {
        $randomString .= $characters[rand(0, strlen($characters) - 1)];
    }
$path_rand = $randomString;
//echo $path_rand;


$sql_img_test= "SELECT * FROM $table_name WHERE $var_check='$path_rand' limit 1";
$result_img = mysql_query($sql_img_test, $con) or die ("can not generate result " . mysql_error());
$row_img = mysql_fetch_assoc($result_img); 
if (!$row_img){
$m=101;
} else {
$m++;
}}

//image load path
$path= "$path" . $path_rand . '.jpg';
echo "<br> $path";

// uploading file, and create database entry
move_uploaded_file($temp, $path); //places image in file location
} else {
echo "type not an image.";
}

?>

Now you should see that it creates the error while working properly.

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