Thanks for the post. There is no entry in the Event View regarding this action. However, I did find the problem. Not sure yet how to solve it as it appears to be a core code issue.
When I originally did the test I used the same folder name in both >Admin >FileManager and >Host >FileManager. I then used the same two files for both the >Admin >FileManager and >Host >FileManager.
So... this morning I tried using the same folder names under both Admin and Host, but I used different files for Admin/TestFolder and Host/TestFolder.
Behold! When using the web upload in host it uploads the file to the Portal0/TestFolder and not the Host/TestFolder. The reason I did not see the reference in the database with the first test was because the file name used for the web upload was the same file… thus it existed in the database for portal0/testfolder and not host/testfolder.
>Host >FileManager >WebUpload does in fact upload the file ---but--- it uploads it to the Portal0/TestFolder and not the Host/TestFolder. I did not try with two different folder names for Admin and Host… doesn’t really matter at this time since this is obviously appears to be a core code bug.
Furthermore: Using the Chrome console I also the following errors with a fresh install on my development machine:
GET http://localhost/DesktopModules/DigitalAssets/Images/down.png 404 (Not Found)
This is missing “dnn722”... (the website)
GET http://localhost/dnn722/Host/images/loading.gif 404 (Not Found)
There is no folder named “Host” with a fresh install
Both of these also indicate path issues with a fresh install.