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Everything was working just fine on this server when generating PDF files via the PDF generator until today. I'm now getting the following error message:
You don't have permission to access
/cmsAdmin/plugins/createPDF/examples/_createPDF_temp_aba1fecf2600315e9a95d02663e80011.html on this server.
Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
The url code works just fine, but the HTML and page generation tags are all giving this message even on the test pages generated form the CMS side!
Any help would be appreciated!
It may be related to the permissions on that folder or the parent folders.
If you create a test.html file in /cmsAdmin/plugins/createPDF/examples/test.html are you able to view that through the browser?
And are the temp files left there? And if so do they have different permissions then your test file?
Let me know what you find out.
I tested it across all pages in the home directory that can be seen by everyone and I'm getting the same error. I tried using the URL code below:
$data = createPDF_fromUrl($url);
When used I receive the following page error:
Error: Failed loading page http:/directory/detail_download_pdf.php?num=1 (sometimes it will work just to ignore this error with --ignore-load-errors)
I updated to CreatePDF version 1.07 and tested within the CMS with following message:
PDF Conversion ProgramThis plugin is using: /home/directory/public_html/cmsAdmin/plugins/createPDF2016/wkhtmltopdf/wkhtmltopdf-0.12.3_linux-generic-amd64
Plugins settings: CREATEPDF_BINARY_FILE: auto-detected
If all the test below don't pass you can try: download updated binaries and testing all binaries
END OF TEST--------------------------------
HOWEVER: when run the [ Plugins > Create PDF - Example Code ] across ALL "inline" and "attachment" code tests I get this error:
Exit with code 1 due to network error: ContentOperationNotPermittedError Error executing wkhtmltopdf! (Exit code: 1)<br/>
I also tested pages using all example code on pages within the "home" directory and received the same error across the board!
Also tested all binaries and received the following message:
Binaries folder: /home/claimsca/public_html/cmsAdmin/plugins/createPDF2016/wkhtmltopdf
Tips: You can use a specific binary with the $GLOBALS['CREATEPDF_BINARY_FILE'] setting at the top of the plugin.
Tips: Once you have a working binary you can erase the ones you don't need to save disk space.
Tips: You can find even more binaries here: http://wkhtmltopdf.org/downloads.html