Filename of uploaded file defined inside model

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Filename of uploaded file defined inside model Bob Siefkes 8/15/12 12:19 AM
How to get filename from uploaded file when filestore is defined inside the model?

In Model_Batch I have
$this->add('filestore/Field_File','batch_file_id');

I have it working to upload file via CRUD and in the batch table I see nicely the id of the file in the field 'batch_file_id'

How to retrieve the file name from the model so I can open the file and import the batch?

$m=$this->add('Batch');
$m->load(1); // I simplified code for this example
Then it should be something like this:
$filename=$m-> ....what here?... ->getPath();

I tried many things and even got it working half a year ago but I cannot reproduce. I hope somebody can provide me suggestions or refer to an example.

Re: [atk4] Filename of uploaded file defined inside model Janis Volbergs 8/15/12 12:48 AM
$m = $this->add("Filestore/Model_File")->load($batch_file_id)->getPath();

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Re: [atk4] Filename of uploaded file defined inside model Romans Malinovskis 8/17/12 4:33 AM
Here is the code for adding thumbnail URLs to the model without extra database queries:



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Re: [atk4] Filename of uploaded file defined inside model Bob Siefkes 8/17/12 11:54 AM
@Janis, your line is working, however I don't get $batch_file_id properly filled in.
When I use $m->get('bank_file') then it's not existing. And there is only $m->get('bank_file_2') however this contains a string: "Record #15" 
@Romans, thanks however the purpose is to get the file for a csv import, so only one hit for which I don't want to do a join construction. 
I would prefer to travers from my model to the filestore model and call getPath().
Re: [atk4] Filename of uploaded file defined inside model Romans Malinovskis 8/19/12 6:03 PM
Use 3rd argument to hasOne() to change the title field of your Bank record. 

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Re: [atk4] Filename of uploaded file defined inside model Bob Siefkes 8/24/12 5:28 AM
@Romans, I'm confused now as I don't have a hasOne() in my model. Should I? I'm currently using 
Re: [atk4] Filename of uploaded file defined inside model Romans Malinovskis 8/25/12 3:55 PM
Hey with big thanks to Armin, we've came up with a good way to handle thumbnails.

Here is the code if you can figure it out, but I would need to cover that in an screencast. 


Class Model_Picture ...

    inside init:
                $this->hasOne('User');
$this->hasOne('Image','filestore_file_id');
                $this->addField('type'); // for different picture types of a user

    
/* Creates a sophisticated query for getting image paths */
function getPathExpression($field='thumb_url',$is_thumb=true){
// We will be building sub-query for the picture
$p=$this->newInstance();

// Picture needs to be joined with filestore
$pic=$p
           ->join('filestore_file','filestore_file_id')
           ;

        // If we need thumbnail, that's few more joins
        if($is_thumb){
        $pic=$pic
        ->join('filestore_image.original_file_id')
        ->join('filestore_file','thumb_file_id')
        ;
        }

        // Finally we need volume
        $v=$pic->join('filestore_volume');

        // Construct the field
        $p->addExpression($field,function($m,$s)use($v,$p,$pic){
            return $s->expr(
                'COALESCE(
                        concat("'.$p->api->pm->base_path.'",'.
                            $v->fieldExpr('dirname').
                            ',"/",'.
                            $pic->fieldExpr('filename').
                        ')
                , "'.$p->api->locateURL('template','images/portrait.jpg').'") ');
        });
        return $p;
}


Inside User mode:
$this->addExpression('profile_pic_url')->set(function($m){ return $m->getPictureExpr('profile',true); })->display(array('grid'=>'picture'));
// formatter for the picture is defined in Grid::format_picture(), formatter for the picture is set by display() method
$this->addExpression('cover_pic_url')->set(function($m){ return $m->getPictureExpr('cover', true); })->display(array('grid'=>'picture'));
$this->addExpression('profile_pic_thumb')->set(function($m){ return $m->getPictureExpr('profile'); })->display(array('grid'=>'picture'));
$this->addExpression('cover_pic_thumb')->set(function($m){ return $m->getPictureExpr('cover'); })->display(array('grid'=>'picture'));

         // method builds sub-select for the picture joined with filestore
function getPictureExpr($type='pr',$is_thumb=false){
$p=$this->add('Model_Picture')->getPathExpression('pic_url',$is_thumb);

// Need 
$p->addCondition('type',$type);
$p->addCondition('user_id',$this->getElement('id'));

        $query=$p->dsql()->del('fields');
        $p->getElement('pic_url')->updateSelectQuery($query);
        return $query;
}



Finally if you want this in grid as a picture, you would need formatter:

function format_picture($field){

$this->current_row_html[$field] = 
"<img src='" . $this->current_row[$field] . "' height='100'></a>";
}



Works awesome, easy to join from any model and only extends the original master select.