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filebrowsefield with upload #5

sehmaschine opened this Issue July 24, 2011 · 3 comments

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Patrick Kranzlmueller Dheeraj Sayala
Patrick Kranzlmueller

currently, the filebrowsefield only allows for selecting files. direct upload would be a nice feature.

1. djangos upload_to is very limited.
2. once a file is selected (e.g. with djangos filefield) and there´s an error somewhere within the form, the file is lost. possible workaround: upload on select via ajax to a temp-directory. when the form is saved, move the file from the temp-directory to the upload-to-dir. of course, one should cleanup the temp-dir on a regular basis.

Dheeraj Sayala

Hi Patrick,

Do you know what causes the second issue? It also appears that the FileBrowserFields are not auto-populated when the page is loaded initially in Firefox. I tried adding custom JavaScript to populate these fields from the heading of the dynamic-form on document.load, but that also didn't work.

Thank you,

Patrick Kranzlmueller

the second "issue" is not related to the filebrowsefield ... I´m talking about filefields in general. and it´s not an "issue" but default browser behaviour. you´re talking about something totally different – please use the google-group for asking questions. thanks.

Patrick Kranzlmueller

fixed: upload can be done with djangos file-/imagefield and filebrowsers widgets (fileinput, clearablefileinput)

Patrick Kranzlmueller sehmaschine closed this September 19, 2011
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