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E1: JAS: JAS.INI Setting 'StrictFileUploadDownloadCheck' When Set To False Should Not Be Enforced (Doc ID 2735784.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

JAS.INI setting 'StrictFileUploadDownloadCheck'. In Server Manager 'Setting for Strict Checking of File Upload and Download' is located in JAS Instance > Configuration(Advanced) > Security > Upload Inclusion Lists.

This setting controls whether Strict File Checking of Uploaded and Downloaded Files is enforced (per i help icon ).

When this setting is FALSE, Grid Import from CSV, browse to CSV file and click Upload, error popup "Import file extension is invalid or the imported file is corrupted. Please contact your administrator." per Doc ID 2165446.1.
Behavior contradicts design of setting 'StrictFileUploadDownloadCheck' introduced via Bug 18310028 SUPPORT ENABLE/DISABLE FILE UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD SECURITY VIA JAS.INI SETTING.

Steps to reproduce

1. Set setting 'StrictFileUploadDownloadCheck'=FALSE in JAS.INI
    In Server Manager of JAS instance, goto Security > Upload Inclusion Lists, Setting for Strict Checking of File Upload and Download box is UNCHECKED (false)
2. Fastpath P01012, find AB# 1
3. Goto row exit > Phones
    If existing record, select Export Grid Data, select CSV option
    If no record, add a phone record, save. Goto row exit > Phones again, select Export Grid Data, select CSV option
4. Select Import Grid Data, select CSV option > Browse, select CSV file created from step#3
5. Click Upload, error popup "Import file extension is invalid or the imported file is corrupted. Please contact your administrator." 

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