Is there an application to download the files same way?

Aug 4, 2010 at 11:34 PM

This seems to be an interesting application. I am about start using it and play around it.

Is there a similar application to download the files also? Say the latest file in the library or based on the Metadata Properties ?

Thanks a lot

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Aug 5, 2010 at 12:49 PM
Bad news/good news. Bad News: No, there isn't one for downloading - at least I haven't created one. Good news: Downloads are very simple. You just use System.Net.WebClient . It has a DownloadFile(url, localFile) method. You just need to get the url to the file you want to download. You'd probably do that through a web service call. Good Luck, -Ryan
Sep 11, 2010 at 6:09 AM

Ryan.. This application worked like Charm. Thanks a lot.

Can you please provide me some pointer about : " Uploading files along with metadata " . I want to upload file along with some properties as parameters.

This will help me a lot.

Thanks in advance.

Sep 11, 2010 at 8:04 AM

(sorry if spamming)

After looking into Source i understand that i can upload along with Metadata using. Correct me / Provide me more inputs if you have.

Copy_ws.FieldInformation[] fieldInfo = new WSSFileUpload.Copy_ws.FieldInformation[0];

<Fields>
        <FieldInformation Type="Invalid or Integer or Text or Note or DateTime or Counter or Choice or Lookup or Boolean or Number or Currency or URL or Computed or Threading or Guid or MultiChoice or GridChoice or Calculated or File or Attachments or User or Recurrence or CrossProjectLink or ModStat or AllDayEvent or Error" DisplayName="string" InternalName="string" Id="guid" Value="string" />
        <FieldInformation Type="Invalid or Integer or Text or Note or DateTime or Counter or Choice or Lookup or Boolean or Number or Currency or URL or Computed or Threading or Guid or MultiChoice or GridChoice or Calculated or File or Attachments or User or Recurrence or CrossProjectLink or ModStat or AllDayEvent or Error" DisplayName="string" InternalName="string" Id="guid" Value="string" />
      </Fields>

 Thanks a lot.