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Moving Images after Upload

Thread began 12/20/2010 4:55 am by Dave Buchholz | Last modified 1/08/2011 7:04 am by Dave Buchholz | 1194 views | 5 replies |

Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Moving Images after Upload

I have an issue on a client's site that I am working on at the moment where the host insists on having a seperate public_html and secure_html folder



Which for the purposes of this site means I have to maintain exact copies of all files in each. My question is that the admin system currently resides in the secure_html folder so that the client logs in under ssl so is there a way I can add an extra DFP behaviour that will move a copy of the uploaded image to the same location in the public_html folder ?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Have you tried using two Upload server behaviors with the different directory settings? I haven't done this but it seems like it would work.

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Ray,

No I haven't because I cannot replicate the directory structure on my local server (I do not run SSL on my local MAMP server), if step up directories as I would normally i.e. ../../../../public_html/uploads/frontpage/ is that what you envisaged ?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes that is what I was thinking could work.

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

ok I'll give it a try, thanks Ray

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Just to follow this up as I had some time to do some testing this morning. I was able to get DFP (or File Manipulation as it is called now) to upload an image both to the secure and public image directories.

The final code looked like this:

php:
<?php

// WA_UploadResult1 Params Start
$WA_UploadResult1_Params = array();
// WA_UploadResult1_1 Start
$WA_UploadResult1_Params["WA_UploadResult1_1"] = array(
    
'UploadFolder' => "../../../uploads/test/images/",
    
'FileName' => "[FileName]",
    
'DefaultFileName' => "",
    
'ResizeType' => "0",
    
'ResizeWidth' => "0",
    
'ResizeHeight' => "0",
    
'ResizeFillColor' => "" );
// WA_UploadResult1_1 End
// WA_UploadResult1_2 Start
$WA_UploadResult1_Params["WA_UploadResult1_2"] = array(
    
'UploadFolder' => "../../../../public_html/uploads/test/images/",
    
'FileName' => "[FileName]",
    
'DefaultFileName' => "",
    
'ResizeType' => "0",
    
'ResizeWidth' => "0",
    
'ResizeHeight' => "0",
    
'ResizeFillColor' => "" );
// WA_UploadResult1_2 End
// WA_UploadResult1 Params End
?>
<?php
WA_DFP_SetupUploadStatusStruct
("WA_UploadResult1");
if(
$_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST"){
    
WA_DFP_UploadFiles("WA_UploadResult1""image""2""[NewFileName]_[Increment]""false"$WA_UploadResult1_Params);
}
?>



And this is what the debug code reported:

Debug: Status object: WA_UploadResult1
statusCode : 1
errorMessage :
clientFileName : IMG_0991.jpg
fileExtension : jpg
serverFileName : IMG_0991.jpg
serverSimpleFileName : IMG_0991
serverDirectory : /home/xxx/secure_html/uploads/test/images/
contentType : image/jpeg
fileWasOverwritten :
fileWasSkipped :
fileWasRenamed :
fileSize : 124169
isImage :
imageWidth : -1
imageHeight : -1
WA_UploadResult1_1:
clientFileName : IMG_0991.jpg
fileExtension : jpg
serverFileName : IMG_0991.jpg
serverSimpleFileName : IMG_0991
serverDirectory : /home/xxx/secure_html/uploads/test/images/
contentType : image/jpeg
fileSize : 124169
imageWidth : -1
imageHeight : -1
fileWasOverwritten :
fileWasSkipped :
fileWasRenamed :
statusCode : 1
WA_UploadResult1_2:
clientFileName : IMG_0991.jpg
fileExtension : jpg
serverFileName : IMG_0991.jpg
serverSimpleFileName : IMG_0991
serverDirectory : /home/xxx/public_html/uploads/test/images/
contentType : image/jpeg
fileSize : 124169
imageWidth : -1
imageHeight : -1
fileWasOverwritten :
fileWasSkipped :
fileWasRenamed :
statusCode : 1



Note that I am uploading in the secure folder initially as that is where the admin system is located.

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