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From "Josep Riudavets" <>
Subject Re: Uploading files with Cocoon 2.1 (one more)
Date Wed, 19 Nov 2003 14:55:13 GMT
Hi Steve .... I have achieved to upload a file with your action !!!! Today
is a happy day !!! The problem was in the pipeline declaration....

But I have some questions to you:

1. In the pipeline, you specifies the "upload-dir" as "incoming". It's ok
... my files are saved into /cocoon/incoming/ directory. But ... what about
upload-directory at web.xml ??? You specify two directories: one at the
pipeline, and the other, at web.xml ... what's the difference???

2. When I try to upload a second file to "incoming" directory, it doesn't
work. It seems that only accept one file into this directory. I have turned
"overwrite-uploads" to "allow" at web.xml . Do you know what I have to do in
order to save a lot of files, with the same name (Cocoon renames "x_name" if
"overwrite-uploads" is turned to "rename"), into the same directory?

Thanks a lot !!!! :-)))

----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Schwarz" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 12:20 AM
Subject: Re: Uploading files with Cocoon 2.1 (one more)

> Josep,
> >Steven Schwarz posted his own upload action, but I can't run it.
> What error / failure condition are you getting? Please supply the logfile
> showing the action output.
> >It contains a "request" action, that I don't need
> It *has* to contain a request...that is where cocoon puts the
> directory/filename of the temporary location where it put the uploaded
> The action copies or moves the file from the temporary location to the
> location you specify.
> >and I think it is too complex.
> Beauty is in the eye of the beholder :^) It's only ~120 lines long and the
> vast majority of that is debug logging. I put all the logging to make it
> easy to debug when others use it.
> This action has to handle three scenarios:
> 1. The input is a Part
> 2. The input is a PartOnDisk (the most common case)
> 3. The input is a PartOnDisk and it is not on the same filesystem as the
> destination
> Please run this action along with the pipelines I provided with debug
> on and submit the logs.
> I can only help if you can provide specific problems.
> Regards
> Steve
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