Ajax - problems with uploading files

This is my working! model view and controller (without AJAX):

Model:
attachment.rb

class Attachment < ActiveRecord::Base
belongs_to :task
belongs_to :user
validates_presence_of :comment

def uploaded_file=(file_field)
self.name = base_part_of(file_field.original_filename)
self.content_type = file_field.content_type.chomp
self.data = file_field.read
end

def base_part_of(file_name)
File.basename(file_name).gsub(/[^\w._-]/, ‘’ )
end
end

View:

<% form_for(:attachment, :url => {:controller =>
‘attachment’, :action => ‘save’, :task_id => params[:id]}, :html =>
{ :multipart => true }) do |form| %>
Upload your file:


<%= form.file_field(:uploaded_file) %>

Comment:


<%= form.text_field(:comment) %>


<%= submit_tag(“Upload file” ) %>
<% end %>

Controller#save:

def save
params[:attachment][:user_id] = current_user.id
params[:attachment][:task_id] = params[:task_id]
@attach = Attachment.new(params[:attachment])
if @attach.save
flash[:notice] = “New attachment added”
else
flash[:notice] = “There were problems”
end
redirect_to(:controller => ‘tasks’ , :action => ‘edit’ , :id =>
params[:task_id])
end

And this is not working! controller and view with AJAX (model is the
same):

Controller#add_new:

def add_new
@task = Task.find_by_id(params[:id])
params[:attachment][:user_id] = current_user.id
params[:attachment][:task_id] = params[:task_id]
@attach = Attachment.new(params[:attachment])
if @attach.save
@attach = @task.attachments
end
render :partial => “./tasks/ajax_attachments”
end

View:

<% remote_form_for(:attachment,
:before => “Element.show(‘spinner’)”,
:success => “Element.hide(‘spinner’)”,
:url => { :controller => ‘attachment’,
:action => ‘add_new’,
:task_id => @task },
:update => ‘atte’,
:html => { :multipart => true }) do |form| %>
Upload your file:


<%= form.file_field(:uploaded_file) %>

Comment:


<%= form.text_field(:comment) %>


<%= submit_tag(“Upload file” ) %>
<% end %>

When I use ajax this code doesn’t work and error appears like that:

undefined method `original_filename’ for “E:\article.txt”:String

and ApplicationTrace

#{RAILS_ROOT}/app/models/attachment.rb:7:in uploaded_file=' #{RAILS_ROOT}/app/controllers/attachment_controller.rb:25:innew’
#{RAILS_ROOT}/app/controllers/attachment_controller.rb:25:in add_new' -e:4:inload’
-e:4

How can I fixed It???

On 04 May 2007, at 12:22, Daniello wrote:

<%= form.file_field(:uploaded_file) %>

and ApplicationTrace

#{RAILS_ROOT}/app/models/attachment.rb:7:in uploaded_file=' #{RAILS_ROOT}/app/controllers/attachment_controller.rb:25:innew’
#{RAILS_ROOT}/app/controllers/attachment_controller.rb:25:in add_new' -e:4:inload’
-e:4

How can I fixed It???

This has come up so many times on this list already, but here we go:

JavaScript security doesn’t allow access to the local filesystem, so
you can’t upload files using AJAX. You can however let the user get
the impression the files are uploaded through AJAX.

A few possibilities:
• Using a hidden iframe to post the file to, the iframe will handle
the upload and it’s a normal HTTP request. If you want upload
progress, you’ll have to use a periodical updater to poll the
progress on the server. There are a few blog posts (I believe one was
posted just a few days ago) showing you how to do it this way.
• Use SWFUpload (http://swfupload.mammon.se/), my personal
preference, even though the user will need Flash. The advantage is
that you can do all of the filtering (filetypes, max size, Â…)
clientside and the upload progress is handled by the Flash file (it
monitors the progress of the stream). One of the apps I’m using it in
can be found over here (make sure you upload a picture > 800 KB if
you want to see the upload progress): http://demo.placid.be/albums/
2;manage

Best regards

Peter De Berdt

Does Javascript allow download from the server to the local
filesystem ?
I ask that because i am trying to initiate a file download through a
link_to_function method which contains an Ajax.Request … Here it is :

<%= link_to_function(“Ajax Download Pic”,
"new Ajax.Request(’/main/dl_photos/#{personne.id}?index=1’, {});
") %>

But the file does not download, even if the terminal show a 200 status
request with a sending data"XXX.jpg", by monitoring with a TCP monitor
the link above and a non Ajax one like :
<%= link_to “Download Pic”, :action => “dl_photos”, :id =>
personne.id, :index=> personne.images.at(0).id %> i get the same
response to both request, but the later works … any idea ??

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