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 Post subject: Upload locations...
PostPosted: 26. Apr 2010, 00:27 
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Not sure if this was suggested yet...

Would it be possible to come up with a way to have the upload folder go to a "Shortcut" so that it can upload to a folder located on a seprate drive without using symbolic links? It would be great to have users upload to a location that doesn't have to be located in the root directory (or seem like it via symbolic link).

Example....if you have the webserver on the C: and want files to upload to the D: either have it to where you can tell it to upload to that folder on the D: or even just create a shortcut in the root on C: to the folder on D:

I guess this is talking windows here.

Currently I utilize a symbolic link to have files uploaded to where I have files being stored....

It would also be cool for people who are using a networked drive, or something connected via iSCSI....

Just an idea...that would be pretty cool.


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PostPosted: 26. Apr 2010, 09:20 
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Currently TWG only uses relative links everywhere. For the upload this is not problem but this would have to be changed at too much locations.

- Michael


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PostPosted: 4. May 2010, 03:49 
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I know it only uses relative links everywhere. I'm saying it would be cool if it didn't have to. Currently I am able to upload files to another drive via iSCSI by using a symbolic link. To JFU it looks as though the folder is in the pages root directory but really it is a folder/drive located on a completely different machine. This works fine but it would be nice if I could tell the uploader to upload to the other drive location without making it "think" the folder is in the root of the page.


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PostPosted: 4. May 2010, 07:58 
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As I said - the upload itself is no problem. Are you talking about JFU now?
What you can do is to use a plugin which moves the file after the upload. There you have everything in your hand.

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PostPosted: 7. May 2010, 06:26 
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Eh I'm good as far as I go...I mean we have it working where there is a "folder" at least it appears that way to JFU so that it goes there but it's really a symbolic link to a folder somewhere else on a drive connected via iSCSI. I just was saying it would be cool if there was an easy way to give a function to save to other locations without doing things like we have...what we have done works and is fine...but thought it was a neat suggestion (if even possible)


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