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upload file on select file in jquery file upload plugin
It looks like you can create a function for the "add" callback, as found in the documentation for this plugin, under the "options" section: https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload/wiki/Options#add So basically, when you create the file uploader, you would include something like this: $('#fileupload').fileupload({ url: '/path/to/upload/handler.json', add: function (e, data) { // automatically start upload process $('#fileupload').submit(); }; }); Hope that helps!

Categories : Jquery

How to remove file from the queue to stop upload before upload starts in blueimp Basic?
You can add an "upload" and "cancel" button to every file and bind the submit function on these buttons. var cancel_btn = $('<button/>') .addClass('btn btn-warning cancel pull-right') .html('<i class="icon-ban-circle icon-white"></i><span> Cancel') var upload_btn = $('<button/>') .addClass('btn btn-warning upload pull-right') .html('<i class="icon-ban-circle icon-white"></i><span> Upload') }); $('#submit').on('click',function(){ $('.upload').click() //click upload buttons and upload all files in the queue }) $('#cancel').on('click',function(){ $('.cancel').click() //click cancel buttons and remove all files in the queue }) ....... $('#files_list tbody').append(tr); $(td4).append(upload_btn.clone(true).dat

Categories : Jquery

Mini AJAX File Upload multiple upload blocks on same page
<input type="button" name="button" value="添加附件" onclick="addInput()"> <span id="upload"></span> js <script type="text/javascript"> var attachname = "attach"; var i=1; function addInput(){ if(i>0){ var attach = attachname + i ; if(createInput(attach)) i=i+1; } } function createInput(nm){ var aElement=document.createElement("input"); aElement.name=nm; aElement.id=nm; aElement.type="file"; aElement.size="50"; if(document.getElementById("upload").appendChild(aElement) == null) return false; return true; }

Categories : PHP

Java applet for file upload(no limit).direct upload from local dorectory to server
Because of java applet security restrictions, it is impossible to read the local files, because you don't want an applet uploading sensitive information, do you? If you want this to work, you have to sign the applet, and users have to agree to run the signed applet and give it more permissions.

Categories : Java

How to change dynamically the upload (jquery-file-upload) url using $scope?
I found a solution using the 'data' parameter in a event of the jquery file upload, in https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload/issues/355

Categories : Angularjs

IE 11 (or 10) kendo ui file upload will not upload unless I refresh the page (ctrl-F5)
you will not believe the insanity I had to go through to get a solution to this: I dropped a document ready jquery snippit at the end of the document to force it to authenticate an action on my controller. <div id="checkauth" style="display: none;"></div> <script type="text/javascript"> $(function () { $.ajax({ url: 'AcceptanceFileValidatorCheckAuth' }).done(function (d) { $('#checkauth').html(d.uid) }); }); </script> and on the controller: public JsonResult CheckAuth() { return Json(new { uid = Guid.NewGuid().ToString() }, JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet); }

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Spring file upload with two file upload elements
There may be other blocking issues, but the one that stands out is your file input fields are not properly named to be picked up as a collection. <input type="file" name="files[0]" id="file" ... <input type="file" name="files2[0]" id="file" should be <input type="file" name="files[0]" id="file" ... <input type="file" name="files[1]" id="file" In the first version, they will be treated as 2 different file collections, one named files and another named files2. Update to OP comment: The problem is you've defined 2 file fields in your form that belong to different collections (e.g. files, files2), but you're only getting one of the collections - files (e.g. uploadForm.getFiles()). If your intention is to keep the files in separate collections, then you'll need to add anot

Categories : Java

Programmatic file upload with jQuery-File-Upload
Just send it as POST data, then on the server side decode it from Base64 and save it as a png ( which I think is the default type ) but the mime-type of the file will be at the start of the base-64!

Categories : Jquery

EmberJS file upload via jquery-file-upload
Not sure what's the cause of the error, but try to do it with the afterRender callback. Also use this.$('#fileupload') instead of $('#fileupload'). Code: didInsertElement: -> Ember.run.scheduleOnce('afterRender', this, 'setupFileUpload') setupFileUpload: -> $('#fileupload').fileupload( url: "/api/v1/comics" dataType: 'json' formData: comic: { title: self.get('comicTitle') prompt_one_id: self.get('prompts')[0].get('id') prompt_two_id: self.get('prompts')[1].get('id') } add: (e, data) -> data.submit() progressall: (e, data) -> progress = parseInt(data.loaded / data.total * 100, 10) $('#progress .bar').css('width', progress + '%') )

Categories : Ember Js

how to upload a pdf file to ftp server using file upload controller?
System.Net.FtpWebRequest.Create("ftp://xxxx.co/yyyy/"); Your command creates a directory instead, you need to add the file name System.Net.FtpWebRequest.Create("ftp://xxxx.co/yyyy/file.pdf");

Categories : Asp Net

Upload Like Normal using the jQuery-File-Upload plugin
According to https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload/wiki/API it looks like you should be able to set an upload handler end point using a url parameter during initialization. I would image you could point that to a php/aspx/anything else location and handle it in there. The File Upload widget is initialized by calling the fileupload method on a jQuery collection with the target HTML element: $('#fileupload').fileupload(); The target element is usually a container element holding the file upload form, or the file upload form itself, but it can also be just the file input element itself, if an url is provided as options parameter. The initialization method's first argument is an object that allows you to initialize the widget with various Options: $('#fileup

Categories : PHP

How can I upload file using watin for asp.net mvc upload control
Watin is a framework which provides typed access to the HTML of a page. It cannot work with client plugins like Silverlight and Flash. It cannot convert the Silverlight object to a FileUpload because it IS NOT a file upload. It is an <object> tag in the HTML. You have to use another framework, which supports Silverlight. More information in this question: Silverlight Automation Similar to Watin

Categories : C#

updating a form after using upload.php for file upload.
Your intuition is correct that by navigating to a separate page to perform the file upload, you will lose unsaved form data. There are a number of ways around this: 1) don't use a separate page. Handle the file upload in add_ship.php. Basically you'd just move the code from upload.php into add_ship.php. When the upload is complete, then process the rest of the form data. 2) Put your upload form into a dialog (using jquery .dialog(), for example) and upload the file asynchronously (using jquery .ajax(), for example). You can come up with ways of tossing the form data back and forth between two separate pages, but they are all rather tedious and prone to error. Regarding the original question, there are a number of things that could be going wrong. The first that comes to mind is special

Categories : PHP

Need help for webdriver and Javascript for a hidden File upload element
Because there is an <iframe> element on the page you're working with, you need to switch the driver context to that <iframe> element first: driver.switchTo().frame("batchLoad:inputFile:uploadFrame"); Once you've done that, try the usual upload method again. driver.findElement(By.name("upload")).sendKeys("D:\AD\Prac\Prac\002 EditPrac Add Person Error.xml-revHEAD.svn000.tmp.xml"); Note that when you'll try to interact with elements outside the <iframe>, you'll have to do driver.switchTo().defaultContent(); beforehand. Side notes: The iframe does not have a closing </head> tag. This is not an issue, but something you might think about since you're most likely developing the web :). You certainly don't have to make the invisible elements visible nor should yo

Categories : Javascript

jquery multiple files upload using single file element
There is many jquery plugins.Uploadify is one of the best I have ever found. You can see demo also. There is extensive documentation to customize it as per your requirements.

Categories : Javascript

Selenium Webdriver FIle Upload error element ice:inputFile
Please confirm that the input element is visible Do not click on the browse button, it will open an system level dialogue box to upload the file & Its very tedious to handle this in selenium. you can use the following method: driver.find_element(:id,'videoupload').send_keys("E:\video.flv") Please check the "\" in your code. Please Keep in mind that the upload will work only If the element you send a file should be in the form Hope this will work for you. Cheers!!

Categories : File

Check file type (FLV) before PHP upload file in temporary folder by reading only starting 3 bytes of file
@burhan-khalid provided a more up to date and correct answer above. Short Answer is no with your constraints. You can not access that file with PHP until it has been uploaded to the server. After it is uploaded you can read it but not before, at least not without some type of client side software that would allow you to stream it to PHP instead of the normal form submission.

Categories : PHP

Rename file in c#.net when its is uploaded through file upload control and save chang name of file in database
You can check out the following link http://asp-net-example.blogspot.in/2009/01/aspnet-fileupload-example-how-to-rename.html <%@ Page Language="C#" %> <%@ Import Namespace="System.IO" %> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <script runat="server"> protected void Button1_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e) { string uploadFolder = Request.PhysicalApplicationPath + "UploadFile\"; if (FileUpload1.HasFile) { string extension = Path.GetExtension(FileUpload1.PostedFile.FileName); FileUpload1.SaveAs(uploadFolder + "Test"+ extension); Label1.Text = "File uploaded successfully as: " + "Test"+ extensio

Categories : Asp Net

How to get the file name of input type="file" inside the servlet for File Upload
For Servlet 3.0 API Add @MultipartConfig() to the servlet and use this to print the names. public void printNames(HttpServletRequest request){ for(Part part : request.getParts()){ System.out.println("PN: "+ part.getName()); Collection<String> headers = part.getHeaders("content-disposition") if (headers == null) continue; for(String header : headers){ System.out.println("CDH: " + header); } } } For older Servlet APIs I would recommend to use Apache Commons FileUpload

Categories : Java

JQuery File Upload preview File Type to allow all file types
The preview is for showing images. The PDF and document file types are not images, and cannot be shown. From the documentation: Preview images, audio and video: A preview of image, audio and video files can be displayed before uploading with browsers supporting the required APIs.

Categories : Jquery

Display file link after selecting the file from file upload in jQuery
This cannot be done due to privacy issues with JS. You may want to look at using some type of content viewer on your page to generate a preview of the uploaded content, although it greatly depends on the content type (I have only ever had to do this with images, which are pretty easy to preview in this way).

Categories : Jquery

blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload & jquery tree traversal methods on input element
So yeah, the simple answer is, that the file input field is replaced with a clone after each input field change event. This is required for iframe transport queues and allows change events to be fired for the same file selection.

Categories : Jquery

Android upload file to HttpServer using HTTP POST (File type: httppostedfilebase)
try this: url = new URL("http://...."); HttpURLConnection connection = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection(); connection.setDoInput(true); connection.setDoOutput(true); connection.setUseCaches(false); connection.setRequestMethod("POST"); connection.setRequestProperty("Connection", "Keep-Alive"); connection.setRequestProperty("Content-Type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"); outputStream = new DataOutputStream( connection.getOutputStream() ); outputStream.writeBytes(stufftosend); outputStream.flush(); outputStream.close();

Categories : Android

upload file to the Windows azure media services without using the local file path
take a look into http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/solutions/media/ . It describe main scenarios and capabilities of Microsoft Azure Media Services. Developer portal for Azure Media Services located at http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/media-services/. It has getting starting articles covering following scenarios: Upload Encode Deliver Consume

Categories : Azure

jQuery file upload stuck in pending state with IE10, zero byte file
Still hoping for a better solution, but lacking that, this will be my answer: $(elem).fileupload({ add: function(e, data) { var file = data.files[0]; if (file.size == 0 && ie >= 10) { ajaxPostFileNameOnly(file.name); } else { data.submit(); } } }); ie is a global variable in my app, set to the IE version, or 0 if not IE. I know feature detection is usually better, but in this case not sure how to detect this weird issue and because some browsers always report zero as the file size (Safari I think), I also can't just always trust that. The ajaxPostFileNameOnly would be a function that just makes a simple AJAX request to send only the file name, instead of doing the normal file upload that the library doe

Categories : Jquery

Why updating a static file via file upload does not get reflected when using Rails asset pipeline?
This doesn't sound like an asset pipeline problem. I assume that the logos are saved using a directory structure like /logos/:id/filename.png, and that the problem happens when the user replaces their logo with a different one, and that it's using the same id rather than creating a new one. I would either have it replace the logo record so you get a new ID, or rename the uploaded file to something like ":filename_:timestamp" so that the filename changes and invalidates the browser cached version. If you are handling the file uploads yourself rather than using Paperclip or Carrierwave, then it should be just as easy to do this by renaming the file before you save it to public/logos and writing the filename column in the database.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

delete a file from local drive after successful upload to ftp using batch file
You need to redirect the output of the FTP command. Check for a succesful message and act upon it. I can't provide an exact script, because it will depend on the FTP command you actually use, but the idea is like this. echo open Host Name >%temp%ftpin.txt echo user_name >>%temp%ftpin.txt echo password >>%temp%ftpin.txt echo put user_input.csv >>%temp%ftpin.txt echo bye >>%temp%ftpin.txt ftp -n -s:%temp%ftpin.txt >%temp%ftpout.txt for /f "tokens=* skip=9" %%a in (ftpout.txt) do ( if "%%a"=="226 Transfer complete." ( del user_input.csv ) ) EDIT: You will have to adjust your BAT to the actual output of your FTP script. Probably you will need to change the "skip" parameter of the FOR command.

Categories : Batch File

Netbeans - Set project to upload the related css file when making changes to an scss file
I suppose you deploy your application with a war file or ear on your remote server. So for anything to take effect on that application it must be build inside that file and then take effect on your application. So, bottom line, what you are asking is practical y impossible.

Categories : CSS

Ext.NET how to access file from file upload field inside Panel Code behind
What is the html source that is generated? Can you see the file input in the source. For example, if the file input is something similar to: <input class="cancel" type="file" name="iFile" id="iFile" style="visibility:hidden" onchange="bb_fileChosen()" accept="image/*"/> Then you can access it and upload it with something like: xhr = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhr.open( "post", '@Html.Raw(@Url.Action( "UploadFileAction", "MyControlller" ))', true ); xhr.setRequestHeader( "Content-Type", "multipart/form-data" ); xhr.setRequestHeader( "X-File-Name", file.name ); xhr.setRequestHeader( "X-File-Size", file.size ); xhr.setRequestHeader( "X-File-Type", file.type ); // Send the file xhr.send( $( "#iFile" )[0].files[0] );

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

file upload with file type hidden, submitting form through jquery
IE doesn't allow manipulation of the type="file" input element from javascript due to security reasons. You can do a work around for this issue be detecting if the browser is ie open a file upload dialog and let the user to click on it manually if(jQuery.browser.msie) { $('#hiddenUploadForm').dialog(); } else { $('.uploadFile').click(); }

Categories : Javascript

Triggering a input file click does not bring the file upload dialog
I'm not familiar with HTML in Unity, but I don't think you need the JS. Just including the <input type="file" name="gameUpload" id="gameUpload" /> should allow the browser to open a dialog window.

Categories : Javascript

JQuery File Upload sends each file in individual Post Request?
You may want to try Programmatic file upload instead. The send method will ensure only one request is issued. Basically keep a filelist variable, update it everytime fileuploadadd callback happens, then use this filelist for the send method. For example: $document.ready(function(){ var filelist = []; $('#form').fileupload({ ... // your fileupload options }).on("fileuploadadd", function(e, data){ for(var i = 0; i < data.files.length; i++){ filelist.push(data.files[i]) } }) $('#button').click(function(){ $('#form').fileupload('send', {files:filelist}); }) }) It is inspired by this question. The reason I found it useful is even if you set singleFileUploads to false, if you do multiple individual selections, they wil

Categories : Jquery

Warning: File upload error - unable to create a temporary file in Unknown on line 0
use double quotes in ../inventory_images/$newname. change this line move_uploaded_file($_FILES['fileField']['tmp_name'],'../inventory_images/$newname'); AS move_uploaded_file($_FILES['fileField']['tmp_name'],'../inventory_images/'.$newname); NOTE: in php with single quotes $newname will be display as string. for displaying value of a variable use double quotes

Categories : PHP

Setting file content-type in S3 with jQuery file upload
As mentioned in the comments section for the above question, two changes are required to set the Content-Type for the uploaded content to audio/mpeg3. The policy for the S3 POST API call must be changed to accept an additional "Content-Type" value. In the sample code, this can be achieved by adding the following condition to the conditions array in the s3_upload_policy_document method: ["eq", "$Content-Type", "audio/mpeg3"] The "Content-Type" variable must be included with the POST request to S3. In the jQuery file uploader plugin this can be achieved by adding a hidden field to the form that is sent to S3, with the name "Content-Type" and the value "audio/mpeg3".

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Losing file in a file upload control in update panel c# asp.net
Default asp.net FileUpload control will never work with UpdatePanel. You need special AsyncFileUpload control as defined in AjaxControl Toolkit. `<ajaxToolkit:AsyncFileUpload OnClientUploadError="uploadError" OnClientUploadComplete="uploadComplete" runat="server" ID="AsyncFileUpload1" Width="400px" UploaderStyle="Modern" UploadingBackColor="#CCFFFF" ThrobberID="myThrobber" />` or You can use Update Panel Triggers <Triggers> <asp:PostBackTrigger ControlID="YourControlID" /> </Triggers>

Categories : C#

GAE (Python) form file upload + email file as attachment
For upload a file as a blob in GAE you need the blobstore_handlers from built-in framework called webapp. The docs have a complete sample for upload files and I do not think there are other ways to upload to the blobstore. When you have the blob see the first sample of this page from docs for attach the blob to the email. Now, for a "temp file solution" you can try a different way: write the upload file to the ram with StringIO python module. Something like that: <form action="/test/" method="POST" enctype="multipart/form-data"> <input type="file" name="file"><br> <input type="submit"name="submit" value="Submit"> </form> def post(self): output = StringIO.StringIO() upload = self.request.get('file') output.write(upload) self.response.w

Categories : Python

>2GB file upload $_FILES["file"]["size"] negative number
whatever the problem is, you can probably work around it up to 4GB like this: $file_size = $_FILES["file"]["size"]; $true_size = $file_size >= 0 ? $file_size : 4*1024*1024*1024 + $file_size; But, as you said, filesize($_FILES["file"]["tmp_name"]); is the safest way to go (will work above 4GB too).

Categories : PHP

Primefaces File upload, Drop file outside of p:fileUpload anywhere in the page
The trick is Primefaces have developed the Fileupload functionality based on below plugin.So, I started there and got it working in primefaces https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload/wiki/API Just give a id to <p:fileUpload/> tag like <p:fileUpload id="advancedupload" widgetVar="advupload" fileUploadListener="#{fileUploadController.handleFileUpload}" mode="advanced" dragDropSupport="true" multiple="true" update="messages" sizeLimit="10000000" fileLimit="2" allowTypes="/(.|/)(gif|jpe?g|png|pdf)$/" /> and based on this it will render as HTML5 File Upload component in the browser. So, script will be $(window).load(function(){ $('#advancedupload').fileupload({ dropZone: $(document)

Categories : Jquery

jquery file upload plugin- selected file name not being displayed
If I understand you correctly, you're wanting to be able to select your files and then have their names display on your screen ... If this is the case you should try something like this: HTML: <!--Don't forget to wrap your form elements inside a form--> <input id="fileupload" type="file" name="files" /> <ul id="selected-files"> <!--File names will be displayed here--> </ul> <div id="progress" style="width: 250px"> <div class="bar" style="width: 0%;"></div> </div> It looks like you've got most of your script working (based off what you said); so we'll only be changing a few things. First, we'll be moving the data.file command (after tweaking it) into the add: function instead ... next, we'll create a few custom vars to disp

Categories : HTML

What is the risk in file upload forms if I rename the file and move it somewhere else
It really depends on what your online application is looking to achieve. If you wish to limit access directly to files which are uploaded, then you should set the folder permissions for the parent folder of the uploaded area to block user access. Then in your database you can record to path and only host the files through the http response. This will ensure that no files are accessed which could be potentially harmful, and also that users can still upload what they feel. As an extra step, you could add an erroneous file extension to each file while it is hosted and then remove it when it is served.

Categories : PHP



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