Adds a file in a folder.
This command is pretty similar to the FileUpload command. It is used by FCKeditor 2.x and CKEditor 3.x. There are some differences between data that is sent by FCKeditor and CKEditor (and expected response), please read documentation below carefully.
Upload a file in the root directory of the resource type “Files”.
The request will be done using POST (instead of GET) and the data will encoded in “multipart/form-data”. Only one field will be posted, named “NewFile” (FCKeditor) or “upload” (CKEditor), containing the file uploaded data.
Sample Response (FCKeditor)
The possible values are:
- OnUploadCompleted( 0 , "/full/path/to/the/filename.txt", "filename.txt" ); : no errors found on the upload process.
- OnUploadCompleted( 1, "", "", "Reason" ); : the upload filed because of "Reason". Note: no paths being sent here, because uploading failed.
- OnUploadCompleted( 201 , "/full/path/to/the/filename.txt(1)", "filename.txt(1)" ); : the file has been uploaded successfully, but its name has been changed to "filename(1).ext".
Note that uploaded file names may contain non ASC-II chars.
Sample Response (CKEditor)
CKEditor sends some additional parameters when sending the QuickUpload command:
- CKEditor - the name of the CKEditor instance
- langCode - the current language code
- CKEditorFuncNum - a parameter to specify the callback function
(see: Custom File Browser)
There are no special error numbers in the callback function. Your script can return a url to use and a message to show to the user, both are optional so you can return just an URL that will be used in the dialog, or you can return a message that will be shown to the user, or a URL and a message (for example a warning that the file has been renamed and the new URL).
Thanks to the message and the "langCode" parameter you can use localized messages instead of having them in English.