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Reading File name, mimetype and size from FileUploadUIElement

Hi,

I am using FileUploadUIElement and I need to read filename, type and size in my Button click action.

I have seen the standard Test UI elements component WDR_TEST_EVENTS which does this in wdDoModifyView method.

But is there any way to read them outside wdDoModifyView ? In a normal custom action event?

Thanks and regards,

Amey Mogare

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2009 at 12:57 PM

    Hi, Yes you can definately do the same in any of the custom events implemented. You will have to create a global attribute in the component controller say g_upload type ref to cl_wd_file_upload ( mark the Public checkbox ).

    " Now in your view modify instead of, 
      file_upload2 ?= view->get_element( 'FILEUPLOAD2' ).
    " you say,
        wd_comp_controller->g_upload ?= view->get_element( 'FILEUPLOAD2' ).
    Now create an action for you button and copy the rest of the code from view modfiy and place it in this method, using wd_comp_controller->g_upload get the required values as follows.
    * get the content of the filename property
      filename = wd_comp_controller->g_upload->get_file_name( ).
    
    * get the content of the mime-type property
      mime_type = wd_comp_controller->g_upload->get_mime_type( ).
    
      wd_context->get_attribute( exporting name = 'FILECONTENT' importing value = filecontent ).
      size = xstrlen( filecontent ).
    Regards, Radhika.

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