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10/15/2008 10:06 AM
 

I am using Dnn 4.8.4

I dropped .net 2.0 fileupload control , but I am not getting my posted file in page load , so some suggest to use dnn webupload control instead of .net 2.0 file upload control . But I dont know how to add dnn webupload control

 

  to the tool bar , I added  reference Dotnetnuke.webcontrols.dll in bin folder of the Dotnetnuke project , Some controls got added DnnMenu, Dnntree,... but I couldnt find Dnn Webcontrol , Pleese suggest me .

 

thanks

Arvind

 

 
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10/15/2008 10:30 AM
 

I believe you're looking for the URL Control.  First, register in on your control, with the following:

<%@ Register TagPrefix="dnn" TagName="Url" Src="~/controls/URLControl.ascx" %> 

Then, to setup the control to only allow file selection and upload, use the following:

<dnn:Url ID="UrlFileUpload" runat="server" UrlType="F" ShowTrack="false" ShowLog="false"
    ShowNewWindow="false" ShowUsers="false" ShowTabs="false" ShowNone="true" ShowDatabase="true"
    ShowSecure="true" ShowUrls="false" ShowUpLoad="true" ShowFiles="true"/>
<%-- UrlType is F for File --%>

Hope that helps,


Brian Dukes
Engage Software
St. Louis, MO
866-907-4002
DNN partner specializing in custom, enterprise DNN development.
 
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10/15/2008 11:20 AM
 

Thanks Brian Dukes,

 

  Exactly this was what I am expecting , It helps me a lot .

   I want to set filelocation to only one folder name ( say Images in dotnetnuke prj folder) , I mean not giving choice for the user .

    Also  I dont have control on it , Is there any document or guide  about this control properties  , another request is what are the other webcontrols provided by  

   Dnn   and how to find it

 
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10/15/2008 11:44 AM
 

Unfortunately, the URL Control doesn't let you limit the folders that files can be uploaded to or retrieved from.  However, it does respect permissions, so if you have control over the site you're deploying to, you can limit your users to only be able to write to that specific folder.

In terms of what controls are available, I don't know of a definitive list.  ~/controls has address.ascx, dualListControl.ascx, help.ascx, helpButtonControl.ascx, labelControl.ascx, moduleAuditControl.ascx, sectionHeadControl.ascx, skinControl.ascx, skinThumbnailControl.ascx, textEditor.ascx, urlControl.ascx, urlTrackingControl.ascx, and user.ascx.  I've only personally used labelControl, sectionHeadControl, textEditor and urlControl.  In terms of properties, you just have to look to see what's available and what it does, as well as depend on intellisense.

Anyone else know of any documentation on these controls?


Brian Dukes
Engage Software
St. Louis, MO
866-907-4002
DNN partner specializing in custom, enterprise DNN development.
 
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10/23/2008 5:33 AM
 

I wish I have documentation on these controls. For example, I want to know what ShowSecure attribute in urlcontrol is for...

 
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