Delete and Upload buttons appear disabled

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  1. Burbank
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    Member since:
    Nov 2009

    Posted 27 May 2010 Link to this post

    Hello,

    I am trying to figure out why the upload and delete buttons appear disabled(greyed out) on my FileExplorer. I am using a custom file content provider.I have set up the upload and delete paths in the code behind. I have also enabled the viewstate. Can someone please advise as to what else needs to be set for the buttons to be enabled.

    Thanks.
  2. Christian
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    9 posts
    Member since:
    Jun 2010

    Posted 01 Jun 2010 Link to this post

    Hi Burbank!

    I just had the same problem. Now it works like a charm!

    I'm also use the content provider to filter some filetypes out like .skin-files.
    My problem with upload/delete was that my delete- and uploadpaths was wrong. Can you share some code?

    Here's some of mine:

    string[] applicationName = new string[] { this.ResolveUrl("~/App_Themes/Standard/") }; 
    string[] allowedUploadPaths = new string[] { "~/App_Themes/Standard/css/", "~/App_Themes/Standard/images/" }; 
    string[] allowedDeletePaths = GetAllowedDeletePaths(); 
     
    rfeFileExplorer.Configuration.ViewPaths = applicationName
    rfeFileExplorer.Configuration.DeletePaths = allowedDeletePaths
    rfeFileExplorer.Configuration.UploadPaths = allowedUploadPaths

    This way I see all content of App_Themes/Standard (applicationName) in my FileExplorer.
    Create folder and upload are enabled in App_Themes/css and /images (allowedUploadPaths).
    Finally the GetAllowedDeletePaths method returns an array of all contents (just folders) in /css and /images (i.e "~App_Themes/Standard/css/layout", "~App_Themes/Standard/images/buttons"). This is because I dont want the delete-button to be enabled so that I can delete whole css or images folder, just it's content folders.

    I hope this was to some help!

    Regards

    Christian Persson



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  4. Fiko
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    Posted 01 Jun 2010 Link to this post

    Hello Burbank,


    You can set different permission to a folder by passing the desired permission to the constructor of the DirectoryItem. For instance, you can give a folder Delete permission by using this constructor:
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    DirectoryItem directoryWithReadAndDeletePermissions =
    new DirectoryItem(foldername, foldername, fullpath, string.Empty, PathPermissions.Read | PathPermissions.Delete, new FileItem[0], new DirectoryItem[0]);

    In addition, I recommend you to override the CheckWritePermissions and CheckDeletePermissions (if exist) methods as well.

    Kind regards,
    Fiko
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