I have been unable to upload an XLSForm on the Humanitarian Server.
Go to Humanitarian Server
Click Upload an XLSForm
Drop an XLSForm
Result is “Uploading file” with spinning icon.
I have the same result on two different Humanitarian Server sites.
This works perfectly on the Kobotoolbox.org site.
Appreciate your assistance.
Hi @jblackman, Hi @wroos,
Thanks for flagging and confirming the issue with uploading an xlsform in the OCHA server. I tried at my end and see the same issue persisting (please see image below):
Also kindly please be informed that the issue has now been flagged with the developers!
Have a great day!
Hi @jblackman, @wroos,
Pleased to inform you that the issue should be solved now!
Have a great day!
Hello @Kal_Lam , I am experiencing same challenge uploading an XLSForm on same humanitarian server; all I get is the spinning icon.
Please help troubleshoot
Welcome to the community, @NGA_CPSS! Are you still facing the issue?
Many thanks @Kal_Lam , the form is online and live.
Thank you for confirming @NGA_CPSS!
I’m facing the same problem of spinning icon with a project that I’m trying to upload.
I’m on the humanitarian server.
Any help would be really appreciated.
@tterzopoulosMig, would you mind sharing a screenshot of the issue? BTW, have you validated your XLSForm through this online validator to see if there are any syntax issues?
here is a screenshot of the issue.
please note that I did a logout and a couple of hours later login and I had around 10 projects with the same name as draft in my project list. I erased all of them and tried to rebuild the project as a new one. The project was rebuild and deployed eventually although when I opened the form for the first time a popup saying
“fail to fetch”
Also, let me note that I used the online validator you propose and it returns two warnings about labeling a group and a variable I have in the project without labels.
I suppose that the problem is solved. Thank you very much for your time.
@tterzopoulosMig, does this issue still affect your project?
thank you for asking.
No the problem is solved. I’m o.k.