This gem adds support for Mongoid and MongoDB's GridFS to CarrierWave
This functionality used to be part of CarrierWave but has since been extracted into this gem.
gem install carrierwave-mongoid
gem 'carrierwave-mongoid', :require => 'carrierwave/mongoid'
You'll need to configure the database and host to use:
CarrierWave.configure do |config| config.grid_fs_database = 'my_mongo_database' config.grid_fs_host = 'mongo.example.com' end
The defaults are
And then in your uploader, set the storage to
class AvatarUploader < CarrierWave::Uploader::Base storage :grid_fs end
Since GridFS doesn't make the files available via HTTP, you'll need to stream
them yourself. In Rails for example, you could use the
send_data method. You
can tell CarrierWave the URL you will serve your images from, allowing it to
generate the correct URL, by setting eg:
CarrierWave.configure do |config| config.grid_fs_access_url = "/image/show" end
This version supports ONLY version of mongoid ~> 2.1
You can use
upload_identifier to retrieve the original name of the uploaded file.
In the earlier version, the mount_uploader-method for mongoid had been defined in lib/carrierwave/orm/mongoid. This code has been moved to carrierwave/mongoid. If you update from earlier versions, don't forget to adjust your require accordingly in your carrierwave-initializer.
The default mount column used to be the name of the upload column plus
_filename. Now it is simply the name of the column. Most of the time, the column was called
upload, so it would have been mounted to
If you'd like to avoid a database migration, simply use the
:mount_on option to specify
the field name explicitly. Therefore, you only have to add a
_filename to your column name. For example, if your column is called
class Dokument mount_uploader :upload, DokumentUploader, mount_on: :upload_filename end
Note that files mounted in embedded documents aren't saved when parent documents are saved. You must explicitly call save on embedded documents in order to save their attached files. You can read more about this here