This event fires when the current package was uploaded successfully.

Syntax

ASP.NET

<script type="text/javascript">
function Uploader1_AfterPackageUpload(packageIndex, response){
    //...your code...
}
</script>
<aur:Uploader ID="Uploader1" runat="server">
    <ClientEvents>
        <aur:ClientEvent EventName="AfterPackageUpload" HandlerName="Uploader1_AfterPackageUpload" />
    </ClientEvents>
</aur:Uploader>

PHP

<script type="text/javascript">
function Uploader1_AfterPackageUpload(packageIndex, response){
    //...your code...
}
</script>
<?php
    $Uploader = new Uploader("Uploader1");
    //...other params...
    $Uploader->getClientEvents()->setAfterPackageUpload("Uploader1_AfterPackageUpload");
    //...other params...
    $Uploader->render();
?>

JavaScript

function Uploader1_AfterPackageUpload(packageIndex, response){
    //...your code...
}
$au.uploader({
    events: {
        //...other params...
        afterPackageUpload: [Uploader1_AfterPackageUpload],
        //...other params...
    }
})

Parameters

packageIndex

Type: Number

The zero-based index of the package inside the current upload session.

response

Type: String

The HTML code of the page returned from the server-side upload script after processing the current package.

Return Value

Type: Boolean

If false, the upload process stops and the Error event is fired with error code 18.

Remarks

Note

This event makes sense if the FilesPerPackage property is greater than or equal to 1; otherwise, this event works equally to the AfterUpload.

You can use this event to stop the upload if the currently uploaded file fails some server-side verification. To do this, you can use the following algorithm:

  1. Configure Image Uploader to send every file in a separate package, i.e. set the FilesPerPackage property to 1.
  2. Write your server-side upload script. It should apply some verification to the uploaded file and put the corresponded string value to the response. For example, "Success" if the file meets verification conditions or "Failed" if does not.

    C#

    <script runat="server">
    void Page_Load()
    {
    	if (Request.Files.Count == 0)
    		return;
    	
    	if (VerifyFile(Request.Files[0]))
    		Response.Write("Success");
    	else
    		Response.Write("Failed");
    }
    </script>
  3. Then use the AfterPackageUpload event handler to check this response using the response parameter. If it equals to "Failed" the event handler should return false.

    JavaScript

    function afterPackageUpload(index, response){
    	if (response.substring(0, 6) == "Failed")
    		return false;
    	else
    		return true;
    } 
  4. Right now the upload process stops and the Error event is fired with error code 18.