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From "Michael Stanford (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CB-12257) xhr.send fails on Cordova File object - maybe because it's not an instanceof Blob?
Date Fri, 16 Dec 2016 08:38:58 GMT

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Michael Stanford updated CB-12257:
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    Description: 
Versions:
Cordova: 6.4.0
Cordova File System Plugin: 4.3.1

iOS: 10.0.2
Cordova iOS: 4.3.1

Android: 6.0.1
Cordova Android: 6.0.0

Desktop OS: OS X 10.12.1
Desktop Safari: 10.0.1

AWS S3 SDK is documented at:
http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSJavaScriptSDK/latest/AWS/S3/ManagedUpload.html

On both Android and iOS, using the Cordova File System plugin, and in OS X Safari using the
File Input HTML tag, my test app successfully retrieves a File object in every case from the
local file system.

In each of the three cases, the app invokes the Amazon S3 Javascript API  upload method with
this File object. In desktop Safari the file uploads correctly and appears in the S3 bucket
correctly. 

In the Cordova apps, both iOS and Android, the file seems to upload correctly (no errors),
but the resulting (correctly named) file in the bucket contains only the 15-byte text string
"\[object Object\]".

The app uses the same HTML and JS source files in all three cases; after creating the File
object the code is identical, and because they run from the same HTML page, the meta information
is also the same.

Because the S3 API upload method supports multipart uploads, it invokes the File.slice method
on the File before passing it to xhr.send. In the desktop Safari implementation of the File
object, the slice method returns a Blob object. In the Cordova implementation (as documented
in the source code at line 47 of File.js) it returns another File object.

Tracing through to the xhr.send function in the S3 API, the desktop version delivers a Blob
as the argument to xhr.send(), and the file is uploaded correctly. The Cordova versions deliver
a File as the argument to xhr.send(), and the uploads fail.

Although the File object in desktop Safari is an instanceof Blob, the Cordova File object
is not an instanceof Blob, which might explain why xhr.send can't cope with it.
{code}
> params.Body instanceof File
< true
> params.Body instanceof Blob
< true
{code}
{code}
> params.Body instanceof File
< true
> params.Body instanceof Blob
< false
{code}


  was:
Versions:
Cordova: 6.4.0
Cordova File System Plugin: 4.3.1

iOS: 10.0.2
Cordova iOS: 4.3.1

Android: 6.0.1
Cordova Android: 6.0.0

Desktop OS: OS X 10.12.1
Desktop Safari: 10.0.1

AWS S3 SDK is documented at:
http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSJavaScriptSDK/latest/AWS/S3/ManagedUpload.html

On both Android and iOS, using the Cordova File System plugin, and in OS X Safari using the
File Input HTML tag, my test app successfully retrieves a File object in every case from the
local file system.

In each of the three cases, the app invokes the Amazon S3 Javascript API  upload method with
this File object. In desktop Safari the file uploads correctly and appears in the S3 bucket
correctly. 

In the Cordova apps, both iOS and Android, the file seems to upload correctly (no errors),
but the resulting (correctly named) file in the bucket contains only the 15-byte text string
"\[object Object\]".

The app uses the same HTML and JS source files in all three cases; after creating the File
object the code is identical, and because they run from the same HTML page, the meta information
is also the same.

Because the S3 API upload method supports multipart uploads, it invokes the File.slice method
on the File before passing it to xhr.send. In the desktop Safari implementation of the File
object, the slice method returns a Blob object. In the Cordova implementation (as documented
in the source code at line 47 of File.js) it returns another File object.

Tracing through to the xhr.send function in the S3 API, the desktop version delivers a Blob
as the argument to xhr.send(), and the file is uploaded correctly. The Cordova versions deliver
a File as the argument to xhr.send(), and the uploads fail.

Although the File object in desktop Safari is an instanceof Blob, the Cordova File object
is not an instanceof Blob, which might explain why xhr.send can't cope with it.



> xhr.send fails on Cordova File object - maybe because it's not an instanceof Blob?
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CB-12257
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CB-12257
>             Project: Apache Cordova
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Plugin File
>    Affects Versions: 4.3.1
>         Environment: Cordova iOS, Android.
>            Reporter: Michael Stanford
>
> Versions:
> Cordova: 6.4.0
> Cordova File System Plugin: 4.3.1
> iOS: 10.0.2
> Cordova iOS: 4.3.1
> Android: 6.0.1
> Cordova Android: 6.0.0
> Desktop OS: OS X 10.12.1
> Desktop Safari: 10.0.1
> AWS S3 SDK is documented at:
> http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSJavaScriptSDK/latest/AWS/S3/ManagedUpload.html
> On both Android and iOS, using the Cordova File System plugin, and in OS X Safari using
the File Input HTML tag, my test app successfully retrieves a File object in every case from
the local file system.
> In each of the three cases, the app invokes the Amazon S3 Javascript API  upload method
with this File object. In desktop Safari the file uploads correctly and appears in the S3
bucket correctly. 
> In the Cordova apps, both iOS and Android, the file seems to upload correctly (no errors),
but the resulting (correctly named) file in the bucket contains only the 15-byte text string
"\[object Object\]".
> The app uses the same HTML and JS source files in all three cases; after creating the
File object the code is identical, and because they run from the same HTML page, the meta
information is also the same.
> Because the S3 API upload method supports multipart uploads, it invokes the File.slice
method on the File before passing it to xhr.send. In the desktop Safari implementation of
the File object, the slice method returns a Blob object. In the Cordova implementation (as
documented in the source code at line 47 of File.js) it returns another File object.
> Tracing through to the xhr.send function in the S3 API, the desktop version delivers
a Blob as the argument to xhr.send(), and the file is uploaded correctly. The Cordova versions
deliver a File as the argument to xhr.send(), and the uploads fail.
> Although the File object in desktop Safari is an instanceof Blob, the Cordova File object
is not an instanceof Blob, which might explain why xhr.send can't cope with it.
> {code}
> > params.Body instanceof File
> < true
> > params.Body instanceof Blob
> < true
> {code}
> {code}
> > params.Body instanceof File
> < true
> > params.Body instanceof Blob
> < false
> {code}



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