Difference: TWikiUIUploadDotPm (1 vs. 3)

Revision 316 Jan 2007 - Main.TWikiContributor

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Attach a file to a topic. CGI parameters are:

filename Name of attachment
skin Skin(s) to use in presenting pages
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Adds the meta-data for an attachment to a toic. Does not upload the attachment itself, just modifies the meta-data.
 
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createlink if defined, will create a link to file at end of topic
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Does the work of uploading a file to a topic. Designed to be useable as a REST method (it will redirect to the 'view' script unless the 'noredirect' parameter is specified, in which case it will print a message to STDOUT, starting with 'OK' on success and 'ERROR' on failure.
 

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Package TWiki::UI::Upload

UI delegate for attachment management functions

StaticMethod attach ($session)

upload command handler. This method is designed to be invoked via the TWiki::UI::run method.

Attach a file to a topic. CGI parameters are:

filename Name of attachment
skin Skin(s) to use in presenting pages

StaticMethod upload ($session)

upload command handler. This method is designed to be invoked via the TWiki::UI::run method. CGI parameters, passed in $query:

hidefile if defined, will not show file in attachment table
filepath  
filename  
filecomment Comment to associate with file in attachment table
createlink if defined, will create a link to file at end of topic
changeproperties  
 
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