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William Morgan
Posté le: Mer 13 Novembre 2002 12:12
Sujet de la contribution: User - File Manager, File Removal

When logged in as a user, I uploaded a couple of files into the file manager to test. Now I cannot remove them. I tried the cut button etc. Even looked into the User Manual to no avail. Have I missed an option in the admin side?

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Ludo Rousseau
Posté le: Mer 13 Novembre 2002 14:12
Sujet de la contribution: In what kind of folder did you upload your test files?

You can have folders with a letter G on their icon, these are group folders that are managed by someone else. Other folders have an M on their icon, these are group folders that are managed by yourself. And finally you can have folders without a letter on their icon. These folders are your private folders.

You can not delete files that are uploaded in a folder with the letter G on their icon, only the group manager can do this.

When you can delete files in a folder, you will see a red icon with a cross. Click on the red icon with cross. The file is not (yet) deleted permanently. It is now in the Trash bin.
Click Trash in the content menu. This holds the deleted files of a folder. Check the checkbox before a file and click Delete or Restore.

Hopefully this helps.



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William Morgan
Posté le: Mer 13 Novembre 2002 16:29
Sujet de la contribution: RE:In what kind of folder did you upload your test files?

? The folder were created on the file manager and do not have any (see picture) letter on them (private). The files were uploaded to them. In addition, it shows the file outside the folder. I can send a screen shot to you if need be...Thank you

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William Morgan
Posté le: Jeu 14 Novembre 2002 09:19
Sujet de la contribution: RE:User - File Manager, File Removal

Ok, I went to the database, tables bab_files and delted the files at the source. This still leaves me with folders. Can you delete folders on the file manager and what is the procedure for creating folders and files? Documentation is somewhat lacking.

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Ludo Rousseau
Posté le: Jeu 14 Novembre 2002 21:14
Sujet de la contribution: An example scenario

I created the following test scenario on http://ovigpl340.koblix.org :

Creation of a group: filetesters

Creation of a user : nickname = demo01 and password = demo01

The file manager is activated for the filetesters group with all options checked:

  • Public
  • Private
  • Moderate
  • Notify

When logged in as user demo01 I click on I click on the File manager link in the User's section and get the File manager page where I see the group folder for the group filetesters. The letter G on the folder icon means that as user demo01 I have access to this folder, but I am not the manager of this group. This will restrict my possibilities in the usage of this folder.

I also have the possibility to create a folder using the Directory field and Create button at the bottom of the page. So I create the folder demo01-private-folder. This new folder has no letter on its folder icon, meaning that this is a private folder for user demo01.

When I click on the name of the private folder demo01-private-folder the filemanager opens this folder and I can now use the Upload link on the menu bar to upload a file. I uploaded the files contacts1.txt and contacts2.txt and both appeared on the file list for the demo01-private-folder directory.

When I now click the Delete button (icon) on the contacts1.txt line, this file disappears from the file list.

After clicking the Trash link on the menu bar I get the Trash page on which I see my deleted file. When I check the checkbox before the file contacts1.txt and click the Delete button, the file is permanently removed.

May be this kind of documentation by example is a better approach. Feel free to replay it on site http://ovigpl340.koblix.org !



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Ludo Rousseau
Posté le: Jeu 14 Novembre 2002 21:25
Sujet de la contribution: RE:User - File Manager, File Removal

Yes, the Ovidentia community could definitely use some contributors to the documentation.

May be we can continue with the example on files.

Still as user demo01 I create two new folders in my folder demo01-private-folder named my-subfolder1 and my-subfolder2.

Both now appear on the file list of my folder demo01-private-folder, followed by the file contacts2.txt from the preceeding scenario.

I click on the my-subfolder1 name to open this folder. With this folder open and empty I click the Delete button. The folder my-subfolder1 is definitively removed.



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Ludo Rousseau
Posté le: Sam 16 Novembre 2002 11:02
Sujet de la contribution: non alphabetic characters in filename

One reason that makes it impossible to erase a file can be the fact that you have used some non numeric or alphabetic character in the file name.

Example: myfile%1

To erase such a file, first rename the file, using only alphabetic and numeric characters such as myfile1. You can now erase the file.

In order to avoid having exotic characters in file names, use $babFileNameTranslation in the config.php file.

Example: $babFileNameTranslation = array("%" => "_");



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Nadine Vertongen
Posté le: Mar 19 Novembre 2002 12:47
Sujet de la contribution: RE:User - File Manager, File Removal

What version of Ovidentia are you using?

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William Morgan
Posté le: Mar 19 Novembre 2002 17:42
Sujet de la contribution: RE:User - File Manager, File Removal

3.4  The latest version.

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Nadine Vertongen
Posté le: Mer 20 Novembre 2002 10:29
Sujet de la contribution: RE:File Removal-Folder delete

As soon as a folder is empty you see a delete button when you are inside the folder (next to the create button) on condition that you are the groupmanager of the group that this folder belongs to, or when it is your private folder. 
Make yourself groupmanager if you don't see the delete button.

To delete files in a folder you must be the groupmanager. Then you wil see the delete "icon" next to the file (along with the cut icon).
Deleted files go into the "trash" - you must also delete those files there to remove them permanently.

Pay attention to the group Administrators, this group is default in ovidentia, if you enable a public folder for this group you should also appoint a manager for that group (else nobody can manage the folder of this group)

HTH



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William Morgan
Posté le: Mer 20 Novembre 2002 12:30
Sujet de la contribution: RE:File Removal-Folder delete

A groupmanager of a users filemanager? Apparently, and I am working with our host to find out, there is a problem with my file structure system. I am unable to get to the folders that contain the users folders to delete it manually. The problem occurred while logged in as a user and using filemanager. Based on this there should be no one except the user able to see private files etc...except of course the administrator that has FTP capability to the site.



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