• Waleed Hussein
    July 14, 2016 at 3:01 am #2314

    Hi, Is there a way to bind File List to a local variable, so i can save the attachment url to show it through a link in my dashboar (no Instance Id i have my upload document options).

    SPARK Support
    July 14, 2016 at 2:16 pm #2316

    Hi Waleed,

    The BPM File List Control provides an On File Clicked method to handle what happens when a document title is clicked.  The URL can then be programmatically accessed via the url variable.

    Please reference the following documentation on the Control and Event Handling.




    Stephen P.

    September 22, 2016 at 12:16 pm #2745

    Similar question like Waleed bu different scenario. Can the BPM File List control take binding of ECMDocument or ECMDocumentInfo in the scenarios of us creating a document outside and just want to show it on UI. Like when we are trying to get a document from sharepoint using REST and not CMIS and saving it in BPM Store using content operation Create and getting the ECMDocument. Now i just want to show the ECMDocument on UI. As there is no binding to the control, do we have to attach properties to the document while creating and provide same properties in the BPM File List configuration option or there is a better way?

    SPARK Support
    September 22, 2016 at 1:40 pm #2747

    Hi Manishagr83,

    The BPM File List control will not take any ECM bindings. However, if you are moving the file into the BPM File Store with the proper file tagging, then the BPM File List should work fine.

    We do have ECM controls in the Enterprise edition of the toolkit. I responded to a forum question on the Dropzone configuration below, which all need to have a ECM server configured before using. If you have created REST queries to access your files in Sharepoint, you should be able to programmatically handle them however you want in the UI.



    Stephen P.

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