#1336 new
Pervushkin Alexander

file uploading dose not allow to getup the uploaded original file name

Reported by Pervushkin Alexander | December 24th, 2011 @ 01:08 PM

Framework version: 1.2.4-RC3
Platform you're using: W7 (windows 7, linux suse)

Reproduction steps:

1 - create an uploading form on your html template like this :

 #{form @loadImage(), enctype:'multipart/form-data'}
<div id="formElements">
        Enter a picture name: <input type="text" name="fileName"/>
        <input type="file" name="fileId"/>
        <input type="submit" value="Upload">

2 - have the loadImage() request handler like this: public static void loadImage(Blob fileId, String fileName) {

    Image image = new Image(); // class Image here is Entity and extends playframework play.db.jpa.Model
    image.fileName = fileId;
    image.name = (fileName != null && !"".equals(fileName)) ? fileName
            : "-unnamed-";

3 - try to getup the uploaded file name to send the file as attachment in email message (I want to have a name which file had in storer )

Expected result
- My thinks about the Blob allows me to get up uploaded file name is right.

Actual rtesult:
- There is no possible to do that! I need to set up any file name and without filename extention.

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