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A short question: file extensions


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WorkingSolution

Community Member, 18 Posts

22 June 2010 at 9:27pm

Edited: 22/06/2010 9:28pm

hello there, I have a short question:
How is it possible to add file-formats to upload in assets-folder? For example 'dot', 'dotx', 'xlst' and so on.

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Willr

Forum Moderator, 5513 Posts

22 June 2010 at 11:29pm

Suprised its not included by default. See File.php -> $allowed_extensions for the array of extensions. You could define your own array in your _config file..

File::$allowed_extensions[] = 'dot';
File::$allowed_extensions[] = 'dotx';

Or define the whole array (copy the existing ones from File.php to start with).

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WorkingSolution

Community Member, 18 Posts

23 June 2010 at 4:39am

Thx Will,

but this is what i've done in my first try.
I added to /mysite/_config.php

File::$allowed_extensions[] = 'dot';
File::$allowed_extensions[] = 'dotx';
File::$allowed_extensions[] = 'xlst';
File::$allowed_extensions[] = 'xlstx';

and called a "dev/build/?flush=1"

after this no more file-upload was possible; the frame in admin->files etc. shows a page-error after using the "upload files"-button.
Firefoxs developer-tools gave me no hint. Silverstripe is 2.4, no modules or widgets, only a custom template on in this time, system is debian lenny (and it's my 28th SilverStripe installation bthw ;) ).

At this moment I test it on a other (similar "lenny") system and it works well. Smells like I'm getting old or I have to make a new installation :(.
After rollback the _config.php everything works well (hm - yes without the file-extensions above...).