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24 February 2009 at 11:22pm
I've teste your new files and if both managers are in list-view it works without a problem. I you use two FileDataObjectManager and the first is in grid-view, the second manager still can't be sorted.
There's an HTML error (the Comment should be '<!-- LIST VIEW -->', not '<! -- LIST VIEW -->'), but that's not the cause for it.
It's realy strange, when you switch the view of the first manager with sorting enabled of the second manager, sorting works without turning it off and on again...
25 February 2009 at 9:53am
This is looking exciting, UncleCheese.
Is there a convenient way to override the server-side file name/folder of an uploaded file?
Basically, I'm hoping to place all uploads from a given page in a folder whose name is equal to the ID of the given page. So, if I upload "doc.pdf" from page ID 32, I would like the file's path to be "32/doc.pdf".
Does that sound doable?
25 February 2009 at 10:10am
It does.. I assume you're talking about the FileDataObjectManager? It was on the list for the first release, but i decided most people wouldn't want such a feature so i wishlisted it for the next one. I'll add it in soon.
25 February 2009 at 10:26am
Wow! Thanks for the fast response! Any idea how soon? Would it be of interest to you if we came up with a patch that implemented this for you to consider?
25 February 2009 at 12:03pm
Shouldn't be that hard. I know exactly what I need to do. I'll add it into the SVN checkout this weekend sometime.
25 February 2009 at 2:29pm
This is really cool so far! I hope to test it out soon.
Is my understanding correct that this will be replacing your Bulk Uploader module?
25 February 2009 at 8:31pm
UncleCheese, do you have the same issue with sorting the data (list and grid view mixed)? Cheers
26 February 2009 at 3:00am
@dynamite - Yes, for the few who were using the BulkUploader in its barely-stable state, consider this a replacement. Should be as simple as changing the code "BulkUploaderField" to "FileDataObjectManager".
@Bo -- Haven't tested it yet. I'll try to get a test scenario built today.
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