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UE 4.0 - with file upload capabilities

Thread began 3/25/2010 2:31 pm by larsentim278054 | Last modified 3/26/2010 11:35 am by larsentim278054 | 542 views | 3 replies


Well - Okay, here are the steps...

Someone visits the page - they see the job/product they want. They click buy now. Using Powerstore - they have to create an account to purchase, correct? Even through Paypal? So lets say they purchase product #1 and they do it through paypal.. They create their account, make the purchase... the email gets sent to the outsourcer.

The outsource logs in, and goes to page where I have a file upload and email. Can UE 4.0 allow the outsource to upload the file to my server in a custom folder (just for that customer) and have it email the customer the link to their product/job? Would it be possible to make them login before downloading the file?

This seems more complicated than you make it sound?

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