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Pierre asked on 30 Jul 2008, 10:00 PM
Hi,
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After define document manager to use flv and others types, I can't download these new types. The dialog open, and I can select but no more. Alert ( A file with invalid type selected..).I use as standard alone without RadEditor.

dialogParameters1.SearchPatterns =

new string[] {"*.flv"};

What are the error? Regards

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Rumen
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answered on 04 Aug 2008, 06:33 AM
Hi Pierre,

Thank you for reporting this problem. I was able to reproduce it and I logged it in our bug tracking system.

My suggestion is to use as a temporary workaround the *.* string which will allow the upload of all file types:

dialogParameters1.SearchPatterns = new string[] {"*.*"};

As a small note of gratitude for your notification I updated your Telerik points.

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answered on 04 Aug 2008, 02:34 PM
Hi Rumen,

I understand, but allow all types is not  good. Do you have another solution?. Is not possible to use other Standard alone manager like Flash, Movie or ImageManager to load the path to the flv files?. I can't go to the Q2, need to wait new SF cms upgrade. Regards
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Rumen
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answered on 06 Aug 2008, 03:38 PM
Hi Pierre,

The observed problem appears only when the document manager is used as a standalone control and unfortunately this is a bug which could not be solved in the version of the editor that you use. We will try to fix it for the upcoming editor hotfix. Currently, it is possible to set only a single allowed file type for upload and you can choose between *.flv and *.*, e.g.

dialogParameters1.SearchPatterns = new string[] {"*.flv"};
or
dialogParameters1.SearchPatterns = new string[] {"*.*"};

This problem does not exist in the RadEditor's dialogs and you can set as much file extensions as you want.

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