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From Jonas Höglund <jo...@swatdesign.com>
Subject [SOLVED] Re: mime type of uploaded documents
Date Mon, 12 Dec 2005 16:23:05 GMT
My misstake. It was just me using the wron attribute name for the table 
element. I accidentily used type instead of others-mode.

/j

<#>Jonas Höglund wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm want to use the modular database action for saving documents to a 
> database. I allready uses it successfully for uploading images. I've 
> managed to save the documents (any kind of binary file) to the 
> database, but I can't figure out how to retrive the mimetype or the 
> filename from the stream to save it to the db. Below is my code:
>
> -<root>
> <connection>stixyDB</connection>
> <table name="documents">
>     <keys>
>         <key name="id" type="int" autoincrement="true">
>             <mode name="auto" type="autoincr" />
>         </key>
>     </keys>
>     <values>
>         <value name="file" type="binary">
>             <mode name="raw-request-param" type="add" />
>         </value>
>         <value name="mimetype" type="string">
>             <mode name="jxpath" type="add">
>                 <parameter>mimeType</parameter>
>                 <input-module name="raw-request-param" 
> parameter="documents.file" />
>             </mode>
>         </value>
>         <value name="filename" type="string">
>             <mode name="jxpath" type="add">
>                 <parameter>fileName</parameter>
>                 <input-module name="raw-request-param" 
> parameter="documents.file" />
>             </mode>
>         </value>
>     </values>
> </table>
> <table-set name="document-table">
>     <table name="documents" type="add" />
> </table-set> <#>
> </root> <#>
>
> This works when I'm uploading images. What's the difference? What am I 
> doing wrong?
>
> The enctype attribute for the form is "multipart/form-data".
>
> Best,
> /jonas



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