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How to put multiple files in file browse...

hawkeyemihawk
hawkeyemihawk Member Posts: 6 Green Ribbon

Hello

So i have a problem when i drag and drop files when i put one file and again open and put another last file only stays not 2 of them example:

So i want to have both .txt files test A and test b

How i can solve this?

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  • Sylvain Martel
    Sylvain Martel Member Posts: 674 Bronze Trophy
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    Hello Hawkeyemihawk,

    Well, now that the issue is clear, I highly recommend using a plug-in from Daniel Hochleitner called Dropzone (2.4.1). We have been using this plug-in several times in our projects.

    This will solve your problem. You can optionally subscribe to a commercial support program if this component is part off a mission critical application.

    Hope this help!

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  • Christian Pitet
    Christian Pitet Member Posts: 1,035 Silver Badge

    I think it is not possible.

  • TexasApexDeveloper
    TexasApexDeveloper Member Posts: 7,781 Gold Crown

    With standard file upload, I believe with the drag and drop plugin it is possible.. Maybe this is an enhancement Oracle needs to look at??

    Thank you,

    Tony Miller

    White Rock, NM

  • Sylvain Martel
    Sylvain Martel Member Posts: 674 Bronze Trophy

    Hello Hawkeyemihawk,

    Which APEX version? Are you using APEX standard File Browse component?

    In APEX 20.2, component File Browse has property Allow Multiple Files for upload:

    Allow Multiple Files

    Specify whether multiple files can be uploaded at once.

    Note - Multiple file names will be stored as a colon delimited list in the page item.

    Hope this helps!

  • hawkeyemihawk
    hawkeyemihawk Member Posts: 6 Green Ribbon

    Im using Apex 20.2 problem is when files are not in the same folder so i need to click on one and then open it again to go into another folder and upload another file then first file get erased over first..

    And yes im using Allow Multiple Files settings in file browser... component..

  • Sylvain Martel
    Sylvain Martel Member Posts: 674 Bronze Trophy
    Accepted Answer

    Hello Hawkeyemihawk,

    Well, now that the issue is clear, I highly recommend using a plug-in from Daniel Hochleitner called Dropzone (2.4.1). We have been using this plug-in several times in our projects.

    This will solve your problem. You can optionally subscribe to a commercial support program if this component is part off a mission critical application.

    Hope this help!

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