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Images uploaded from MultipleImageUploadField as e-mail attatchment


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Xazen

Community Member, 18 Posts

21 February 2012 at 9:43am

Hello,

I've got a simple form with MultipleImageUploadField for the frontend.


function Form(){
		$fields = new FieldSet(
			new TextareaField('About', htmlentities('Über dich')."<span class=\"require\">*</span>", 8),
			$images = new MultipleImageUploadField('Pics', 'Bilder (Bitte Name in der Datei angeben)', array (
				'sizeLimit' => '2097152',
				'buttonText' => 'Durchsuchen..',
				'queueSizeLimit' => '5',
				'auto' => false,
				'upload_on_submit' => true
				)
			)
		);
		
		$images->imagesOnly();
		$images->uploadOnSubmit();
		$images->setUploadFolder("application");
		
		$actions = new FieldSet(
			new FormAction('doSubmitApplication','Bewerben')
		);
		$validator = new RequiredFields(
			'About'
		);
		$form = new Form(
			$this,
			'Form',
			$fields,
			$actions,
			$validator
		);
		return $form;
	}

	function doSubmitApplication($data, $form){
		$application = new Application();
		$form->saveInto($application);
		$application->write();
		Director::redirectBack();
		return;
	}

The uploaded images should be attatched to a mail. I send the mail in the Application class in the function onBeforeWrite(). In the function I use this function.


protected function sendEmail(){
		$body = "
			<p>{$this->About}</p>
		";
		
		$from = Email::getAdminEmail();
		$email = new Email(
			$from,
			'test@gmx.de',
			"Application",
			$body
		);
		$email->send();
	}

How can I get attatch the images from the Application class?