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Several Ajax Uploader Control in one Aspx

Last post 08-10-2009, 5:04 AM by trimmades. 4 replies.
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  •  07-01-2009, 12:24 PM 53678

    Several Ajax Uploader Control in one Aspx

    Hi,
     
    is it possible to have several ajax uploader controls in the same aspx (inside a gridview)?
     
    If possible, will they upload it in parallel or in sequence?
     
    Thanks,
     
    Bruno
  •  07-01-2009, 1:42 PM 53681 in reply to 53678

    Re: Several Ajax Uploader Control in one Aspx

  •  08-07-2009, 3:59 AM 54564 in reply to 53681

    Re: Several Ajax Uploader Control in one Aspx

    I'm testing two controls in one page (both MultipleFilesUpload set to true).
     
    Suppose that the end user uploads files from both controls adding one file at a time, what do I need to do so that all files that has been uploaded always shows up in the "uploaded files table"? As of now when a file is uploaded and another one is added the first uploaded file is no longer visible (even though .MoveTo is never used).
     
    I want the behaviour to be exactly as in http://ajaxuploader.com/demo/fulltest.aspx (when using UploadAttachments1, UploadAttachments2, 3 and 4 buttons)
     
    Regards
    Niclas
  •  08-08-2009, 9:32 PM 54583 in reply to 54564

    Re: Several Ajax Uploader Control in one Aspx

    Niclas,
     
    AjaxUploader support the queue cross the instances.
     
    You need not do anything.
     
    If two or more uploader are uploading,
     
    the queue-table will always visible when the uploader has items.
     
    Regards,
    Terry
     
  •  08-10-2009, 5:04 AM 54601 in reply to 54583

    Re: Several Ajax Uploader Control in one Aspx

    Thanks for your answer.
     
    When I upload a number of files in control x and then use control y to add other files, the control x attachment table will become empty except from a file without name and with the size "-1"  (see picture). Do you recognize this behaviour? I have not implemented my own attachment table solution.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    EDIT: Problem solved, I had confused the upload temp directories in code behind/aspx source.
     
    Regards
    Niclas
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