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On Drupal 7.43 (fresh install) / CiviCRM 4.7.8 (same issue on 4.7.4)

After enabling the CiviCRM module the ajax upload of a custom image field added to drupal user accounts stopped working.

Additionally the ajax call fails also when trying to remove previously uploaded images.

The debug URL shows the generic error: "An unrecoverable error occurred. The uploaded file likely exceeded the maximum file size (80 MB) that this server supports"

Is this a known bug? Any way to resolve it?

Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

List of enabled Drupal modules:

CiviCRM CiviCRM (civicrm) 7.x-4.7.8 CiviCRM CiviCRM Theme (civicrmtheme) 7.x-4.7.8 Core Block (block) 7.43 Core Color (color) 7.43 Core Comment (comment) 7.43 Core Contextual links (contextual) 7.43 Core Dashboard (dashboard) 7.43 Core Database logging (dblog) 7.43 Core Field (field) 7.43 Core Field SQL storage (field_sql_storage) 7.43 Core Field UI (field_ui) 7.43 Core File (file) 7.43 Core Filter (filter) 7.43 Core Help (help) 7.43 Core Image (image) 7.43 Core List (list) 7.43 Core Menu (menu) 7.43 Core Node (node) 7.43 Core Number (number) 7.43 Core Options (options) 7.43 Core Path (path) 7.43 Core RDF (rdf) 7.43 Core Search (search) 7.43 Core Shortcut (shortcut) 7.43 Core System (system) 7.43 Core Taxonomy (taxonomy) 7.43 Core Text (text) 7.43 Core Toolbar (toolbar) 7.43 Core Update manager (update) 7.43 Core User (user) 7.43

  • Solved by commenting lines 881 and 911 on civicm.module $formValues['no_cache'] = TRUE; although it's a workaround, would be great to see that fixed. Related to this issue issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM-16513 – Mina Jun 7 '16 at 16:13
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It looks like this was a regression caused by https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM-16513. Further information on the ticket.

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