Caching Problems Many of the scripts I found included header calls to tell the browser not to use a cached version of the file. You should first test to make sure the local file is not bigger than the remote file. In my case, I run httpd using 'nobody' and I create ftp local folder using 'haha'. By way of this, you can find 'Permission Denied' problem when call fopen. How to copy a file from the repository to a local disk folder 3. . .
However, zip and exe files are downloaded automatically to the hard drive by default. You need the opposite of Server. Here's a quick function that figures out the correct mode to use based on a file's extension. The treeview returns the full absolute path of the file. All of the unnecessary stuff has been stripped out and it has been simplified as much as possible.
Therefore, whenever the alphabetical order of the directory content is unimportant, especially if sorting is to be performed by another order, or the natural order of the files on the filesystem is to be utilized, the use of opendir , readdir and closedir combined is always preferred to scandir. And I wanted to allow overloading cause sometimes I'm too lazy to pass all params. Dear zedric03 Well you have done a greate job as you have stored the file path. For this, first create a upload folder in the project directory. Then either in the aspx page set the NavigateUrl property like this or in the code behind you can set it like this HyperLink1. When I try to link directly to the file i. Did all the heavy lifting using just the first code.
. It sends a bogus error if the range is not accepted and sends the full file size as the content length rather than just the length of the range. To help with this, as well as to make processing of files in a folder easier, I wrote a function that reads a folder and its subfolders recursively, and calls a function upon each match. For a description of contexts, refer to. Something to the effect below, very customizable for private access, remote files, and keeping order of your online media. However, if Joe Schmo uses his computer not the server and types that into his browser, it will look for that file on Joe Schmo's computer. Where pathinfo is the built—in function which will return the filename and extension in separate indexes.
Way back in the day 2-3 years ago I tried some utilities that mirrored web pages and that sort of thing and for varying reasons they never worked right, or I could never get what I wanted from them. I am new to perforce and new to this forum too, and hope you all will support me to establish myself in perforce. . You can output the file using the method described above, skipping until the start of the range and delivering the length of the range. The Force Download Script After rigorous browser testing and code tweaking, here is the script I ended up with. Others will be used in different scenarios.
How to copy a folder from the repository to a local disk folder 4. I wanted to create an array of my directory structure recursively. I couldn't believe what the solution was but here it is anyway! That way, I can download bigger files, without running into memory problems. If it is a physical path i. I copied this example directly and it told me. I hope this tutorial is useful for you who need a simple way to move files from server to server. I cannot seem to find a way to enable the users to download the files from there.
Here is a of the application where you could see the app in action. I will never never never set 777 as perms on a webserver, and I will kick off any webdeveloper whom has the bad idea to do that. It will only open the file in your browser. So this is the proper chunked readfile which isn't really readfile at all, and should probably be crossposted to passthru , fopen , and popen just so browsers can find this information : All I've added is a flush ; after the echo line. The url would look like download. This method works for now and I plane to develop a better functioning version of this. The easiest way to disable this behaviour is with the following.