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How to formulate <% if $File %>


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Mackodlak

Community Member, 95 Posts

13 September 2011 at 10:38pm

Edited: 14/09/2011 1:16am

Hello,

I am wondering how to formulate the following:

I am using uploadify to upload files, and it works, but now in template i need the <% if $File %> as in If $File is uploaded then show sth, if not don't

how would you do it? Asking cause

               <% if $Rezultati %>
                  <p>Rezultati izazova:</p>
                  <p>&nbsp;<a href="$Razultati.URL">Rezultati</a></p>
               <% end_if %>

$Rezultati being the $File, doesn't work

EDIT:

Been trying with return file_exists($this->Rezultati); in some function but it doesn't work also, always returns bool(false) so I rly don't know how to check if there is a file uploaded or not.

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Willr

Forum Moderator, 5513 Posts

13 September 2011 at 10:46pm

For <% if %> you don't need to include the $ symbol i.e <% if Rezultati %>

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Mackodlak

Community Member, 95 Posts

13 September 2011 at 11:47pm

Edited: 14/09/2011 1:46am

Yes, I have tried that, but for some reason that ALWAYS returns false value (even for one test challenge i uploaded sth in $Rezultati) and the text inside <% if %> , along with download link for the $Rezultati file is never displayed.

EDIT:

Been trying with return file_exists($this->Rezultati); in some function but it doesn't work also, always returns bool(false) so I rly don't know how to check if there is a file uploaded or not.

EDIT2:

works, had a typo in filename

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mayko

Community Member, 3 Posts

3 November 2011 at 12:55pm

You should be able to test if a file exist by addin ID to the Object.
Please try (untested):

<% if RezultatiID %>
<p>Rezultati izazova:</p>
<p>&nbsp;<a href="$Razultati.URL">Rezultati</a></p>
<% end_if %>