Working With Upload File Buttons on S-Drive


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Now that many of you have started playing with the new HTML Form Builder, there are features in S-Drive that you may not know you have access to.

Here is one great feature:

Create a form and include multiple Upload File Buttons on it. Next, click on each of these buttons and then go to the Properties Tab. You can now set the maximum file upload size for each individual button. Yeah that is cool ;)

Give your form a test and look at the form results in the Dashboard. All file attachments you can access directly through your S-Drive account.

This has been one of most requested features to add to the Flash version. So now that you have it, what do you think?
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When the full version appears, will that multiple upload also work with normal ftp-ed forms? And the receiver of the uploaded files, does he/she have to navigate to the server to see those files, or will they be attached to a mail message?
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Inger Eik wrote:
When the full version appears, will that multiple upload also work with normal ftp-ed forms? And the receiver of the uploaded files, does he/she have to navigate to the server to see those files, or will they be attached to a mail message?

It will work identically to what you see now in the LITE version. The file will be stored on your server inside of a folder called "storage". You can also configure it to upload to your server, attach to an email or log to MySQL.
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So does that mean that the form files always will have to reside on the s drive, regardless of where it is being used?
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Inger Eik wrote:
So does that mean that the form files always will have to reside on the s drive, regardless of where it is being used?


No, they do not. See my post here at http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/form-bu … post169274

"With this Lite version, the server scripts cannot be exported for use on your own server. This feature will be part of the full version which will be added to your account automatically within the next 2–3 weeks."
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Ok ok, I'm not quite up to speed with this prog yet. Was away to a funeral for a couple of days (aunt, 95 y.o.) so I haven't had the opportunity to play with it as much as I would have wanted.
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