Get Names of Posted File

Apr 2, 2011 at 6:32 AM

<fjx:FileUploader ID="FileUploader1" runat="server" RequestAsPostBack="true">
                <fjx:FileSaverAdapter Runat="server" FolderName="images" />
                <fjxau:AmazonUploader AccessKey="WebConfig:AmazonAccessKey" SecretKey="WebConfig:AmazonSecretKey"
                        <fjxau:AccessControl URI="" Permission="READ" />
                        <fjxau:AccessControl EmailAddress="" Permission="FULL_CONTROL" />


I am using This Code to Store Images on local Directory

but I Want to get All Posted File Collection to Store names of Files in Database.. I mean to store Path of the Posted File in Database..

How to Do it ..?


And Excellent Control Cheers..!!!

May 21, 2011 at 9:35 AM

handle the event OnFileReceived

<fjx:FileUploader ID="FileUploader1" runat="server" OnFileReceived="OnFileReceived" >


		<fjx:FileSaverAdapter FolderName="..\\images\\"></fjx:FileSaverAdapter>



you need to handle it like this:

protected void OnFileReceived(object sender, com.flajaxian.FileReceivedEventArgs e) {
	//do what you want with the e.File.FileName

Sep 8, 2011 at 6:41 PM
Edited Sep 8, 2011 at 6:42 PM

First this is a fantastic control.  Big kudos to the author.  

The above code worked for me very well.  I just wrote an object that does the IO to the database and file system simultaneously.  


    <asp:UpdatePanel ID="UpdatePanel1" runat="server">

            <fjx:FileUploader ID="FileUploader1" runat="server" OnFileReceived="fileUploader_FileReceived">
                    <fjx:FileSaverAdapter FolderName="Folder1"></fjx:FileSaverAdapter>



Code Behind: 


        protected void fileUploader_FileReceived(object sender, com.flajaxian.FileReceivedEventArgs e)
            Model.PhyleLogic myPhyleLogic = new Model.PhyleLogic();
            int imgLength = e.File.ContentLength;
            string sExtension = System.IO.Path.GetExtension(e.File.FileName).ToLower();

            // Create a byte to hold the data and give it the length
            byte[] imgBinaryData = new byte[imgLength];
            e.File.InputStream.Read(imgBinaryData, 0, imgLength); // Read it into a stream (int)

            myPhyleLogic.FileName = e.File.FileName.ToLower();
            myPhyleLogic.FileContentType = "application/" + sExtension;
            myPhyleLogic.FileContent = imgBinaryData;

            int newFileId = myPhyleLogic.Insert();// new record ID number



PhyleLogic is the name of the class I created for the database interaction.  Sounded like fun on a Thursday :p

Data Table has only four columns; FileId, FileName, FileContentType, FileContent  Pretty simple.  

I hope this helps.