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Has anyone ever created a tool to allow admins, in an admin restricted area, to create doent storage? For instance, I'd like to allow an admin of the site to create folders within folders and upload doents within those folders and have the possible with a web interface. And on the front-end have the users (non-admin people) link to link to get to their lists of doents. Example: Hardware: -------------|_Hard Drives -------------------------------|_Brand.doc -------------------------------|_Brand2.doc -------------|_Memory --------------------------|_Brand.pdf Does anyone have any ideas on how to do this or places for me to learn how to accomplish it? Thanks! James...

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    Has anyone ever created a tool to allow admins, in an admin restricted area, to
    create doent storage? For instance, I'd like to allow an admin of the site
    to create folders within folders and upload doents within those folders and
    have the possible with a web interface. And on the front-end have the users
    (non-admin people) link to link to get to their lists of doents.

    Example:

    Hardware:
    -------------|_Hard Drives
    -------------------------------|_Brand.doc
    -------------------------------|_Brand2.doc
    -------------|_Memory
    --------------------------|_Brand.pdf

    Does anyone have any ideas on how to do this or places for me to learn how to
    accomplish it?

    Thanks!
    James

    jimmy.hunt Guest

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    you can always build a form and ask for the name of the directory and if you
    are using session variables you can incorporate those

    <cfif
    #DirectoryExists("c:\websites\inetpub\wwwroot\uplo ads\vehicles\#session.id#\#for
    m.folder#")#>
    <cfelse>
    <CFdirectory ACTION="CREATE"
    directory="c:\websites\inetpub\wwwroot\uploads\veh icles\#session.id#\#form.folde
    r#")#>

    then you can point at it

    And get the folder names by using

    <cfset thisDirectory = ExpandPath('.')>
    <cfset theLastFolder=listGetAt(thisDirectory,listLen(this Directory,"\"),"\")>


    jazz823 Guest

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    The folder doent structure should be the same for all users. I just need a
    way for admin users to be able to create folders and upload doents so that
    the normal users can look through a sequence of links to get to their proper
    doent.

    jimmy.hunt Guest

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