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File Upload/Download Problem

Hi,

I have a fileupload button. The attributes type is XSTRING, which i bound it with "data" property of download.

When i download this file with "download" element, it comes in a zip file and as XML files. Only the jpg files are downloaded correctly.

How can i solve this?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Sep 25, 2008 at 03:09 PM

    Are you setting the MIME type property correctly? What kind of content are you trying to download?

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  • Posted on Sep 27, 2008 at 11:44 AM

    It is solved.

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    • Hi,

      I am so sory for my very late answer.

      If you want to upload/download files, you should have a node which includes attributes

      (attribute names are just example ):

      1) filename(type: for example afilename),

      2)mimetype (type : string),

      3) file(type : a data element with type 'RAWSTRING').

      You must match your fileupload element's attributes with them:

      "DATA" attribute --> file ,

      "fileNAME" attribute--> filename,

      "mimeTYPE" attritube -->mimetype.

      When you want to download this file, you should put a filedownload element and match this element's attributes with the node's attributes which i described above.

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