File Upload Dialog

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  1. #21

    RE: File Upload Dialog

    Hi mindcore1,

    thanx for reply.

    well I save my business object first and then I do the upload process, at least this is my scenario.
    Indeed, after my bo has been stored, I enable FileUploadDialog control.

    Maybe from my steps above is not so clear, I semplified the procedure.

    Thanx

    Matteo


  2. #22

    RE: File Upload Dialog

    Hi all,

    from my previous post:


    how can I pass values from code behind to the FileUploadDialog parameters?
    Thanx a lot

    Matteo


  3. #23

    RE: File Upload Dialog

    Hi davidhoyt

    I got an error in your .zip file when I run:

    A Control with an ID of "ctl00_content_FileUploadDialog1" has already been initialized. Please ensure that all Controls have a unique id.

    Source: Z:\server controls\ServerControls\Ext\FileUploadDialog.cs Line: 1437

    I simply ignore the error, but I have no idea it is a solution or not : )


  4. #24

    RE: File Upload Dialog



    I've been meaning to get this out for a while now. Here's an update with some minor fixes/tweaks to the dialog/code.
  5. #25

    RE: File Upload Dialog

    hi,
    thanks a lot for the great effort, i added the dll to bin folder, also added the HTTP module sections, but when i get the following error

    Could not load file or assembly 'Coolite.Ext.Web, Version=0.7.0.36502,
    Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=f58c952e9aa5b80a' or one of its dependencies.
    The located assembly's manifest definition does not match the assembly
    reference. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131040)

  6. #26

    RE: File Upload Dialog

    Hey Devworks:

    David is probably using a build of Coolite from SVN and not the latest release on the downloads page. You will probably have to integrate his attachment into your project and recompile Coolite.

    -MC
  7. #27

    RE: File Upload Dialog

    thanks a lot man for this help,
    i will do what you said and check it out :)

  8. #28

    RE: File Upload Dialog

    mindcore (mc) is exactly right.
  9. #29

    RE: File Upload Dialog




    Hi. Is there any sample using PostURL?
  10. #30

    RE: File Upload Dialog

    Tried to use addictionalPostParameters

                    If ObjVolume.IsPersisted Then
                        FileUploadDialog1.AdditionalPostParameters.Add("test", objVolume.id.tostring)
                    End If
    but it seems there are problem with serialization:

    System.Runtime.Serialization.ObjectManager.GetCons tructor(Type t, Type[] ctorParams) +7545689
    System.Runtime.Serialization.ObjectManager.Complet eISerializableObject(Object obj, SerializationInfo info, StreamingContext context) +115

    I noticed that AddictionalPostParameters is not tagged as a serializable class. Could that be the problem?
    Is there any other way to pass parameters to the file upload control?

    Pierluigi
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