Does it work if you reduce the number of pages you're uploading?
I have create a small pdf 4 pages only for test
This happened to me last week - there's a thread here that seems to be monitored.
Post here and see if there's a resolve.
One thing I did was to reboot the computer and I think that worked.
Thank you for your answer
I have the new CC2015
I do reboot
I have the same problem the system stopping to 90% uploading.
I create another file nd now it is working right.
Seems like any of assets placed is either corrupted or is so big that it is taking the upload to reach the time out.
Please upgrade to the latest version of InDesign CC 2015.2, and try again. If that doesnot work then again, share your InDesign document with me for further investigation.
Share with email@example.com via dropbox.
I am having the same issue and I've re-saved file, double checked links, restarted my computer and my inDesign is up-to-date. My files is ~9.5MB and 20 pages.
Send the file to Monica Singh (#7). I'd suggest posting it on a service like Dropbox and sending a link to the email address she provided.
So it looks like I am able to publish it now as long as I don't select option to download it as a PDF, which I would like readers to have ability to do so.
Monica, I'm having this same problem. It happens every time I cancel an upload. Then any file afterward will not upload.
What is the workaround please? Clients don't understand.
Try emailing Monica.
I am having this same problem, has there been any specific resolutions, as also have clients that dont understand why they cant see an updated publication.
I am having the same problem. The file gets to 97% loaded then it seems to stall and I get the 'an error occurred while uploading your document. I have no errors in my preflight as an InDesign document. There are no hyperlinks in the document (a 48 page product guide). As recommended, I tried logging out of Adobe then logging back in, tried again... wait 15 minutes for the error message to appear. As recommended, I also tried exporting the doc as an idml file and then re-saving as indd file, try again, wait 15 minutes for error message to appear.
I did try the publish online function several months ago when it first came out and I got it to work on a test document. Now that I want to use it for practical purposes I cannot get it to work and the error message provides no clues why it is not working. If the file is too large the error message should indicate this and tell you what the maximum size is. Perhaps there should be a pre-flight specific to the Publish Online function. I will wait until the bugs have been ironed out before I try this again. By the way, I do think this feature would be an excellent addition to the Adobe suite, especially if you can have more controls over who can see it (private, public).