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ImageUploader.Action Property

URL of the page to which files selected for upload in Image Uploader are sent to.

Namespace: Aurigma.ImageUploader
Assembly: Aurigma.ImageUploader (in Aurigma.ImageUploader.dll)

Syntax

Visual Basic
Public Property Action As String
C#
public string Action { get; set; }

Property Value

A string that specifies the URL to the page files are posted to.

Default value is ".".

Remarks

This property corresponds to Action client-side property.

When specifying this property, take into account the following cases:

Uploading to Several URLs

You can specify several URLs in this property to upload files to several servers. In this case you should specify these URLs separated by a semicolon character (;):

URL1;URL2;URL3;...

Using Quotation Marks and Semicolons

URLs can contain semicolon or quotation mark characters (like this one: http://upload.server.com/uploadFile;jsessionid=123?param='value'). If so, to avoid parameter parsing errors enclose such URLs in single (' ') or double (" ") quotes. Additionally, quotation marks (both single ' and double ") inside URLs should be escaped with a backslash:

"http://upload.server.com/uploadFile;jsessionid=123?param=\'value\'"

Uploading to the Same Page

If you want to submit files to the same page Image Uploader is hosted on, specify the dot character (.) as a value of this property.

Using Absolute and Relative URLs

URLs can be both absolute (e.g. http://domain.com/upload/upload.aspx) and relative to the current page (e.g. /upload/upload.aspx).

For example, if Image Uploader is inserted to the http://domain.com/ImageUploader/default.aspx page, the relative URLs specified via this property will correspond to the following locations.

Specified URL Expected Location
"/upload/upload.aspx" http://domain.com/upload/upload.aspx
"./upload/upload.aspx" http://domain.com/ImageUploader/upload/upload.aspx
"upload/upload.aspx" http://domain.com/ImageUploader/upload/upload.aspx
"upload.aspx" http://domain.com/ImageUploader/upload.aspx

See Also

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