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Creating upload folder dynamically to restrict content to one user

Thread began 5/01/2013 11:25 am by mrs | Last modified 5/01/2013 8:37 pm by mrs | 205 views | 2 replies |

mrs

Creating upload folder dynamically to restrict content to one user

I have been wondering if it is possible to create an upload folder dynamically with digital file pro (or whatever it's called now).

I have folders on my server where I can give registered users access to upload their content to, but they will not be personal meaning the all registered users can use any uploaded content that doesn't belong to them.

Does Data Assist or Digital File Pro allow me to create a folder that is accessible to the registered user only? If not, is it possible to implement relatively easily as I can see this being very useful?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you can create the upload folder dynamically using the logged in users ID session variable for the upload folder name.

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mrs

Excellent! Thank you very much

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