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File: bootstrap/ckeditor/filemanager/uploader/index.php
Role: Example script
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Description: Example script
Class: Noblesse CMS
Content management system with custom plugins
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Date: 6 years ago
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= include '../config/config.php';
//TODO switch to array
extract($config, EXTR_OVERWRITE);

if ( !
if (
$_SESSION['RF']["verify"] != "RESPONSIVEfilemanager")

//Let's load the 'interesting' stuff ... ;-)
include 'jupload.php';

$path = $current_path . $_GET['path'];
$cycle = true;
$max_cycles = 50;
$i = 0;
while (
$cycle && $i < $max_cycles)
    if (
$path == $current_path)
$cycle = false;

    if (
file_exists($path . "config.php"))
$path . "config.php";
$cycle = false;
$path = fix_dirname($path) . "/";

$path = "../" . $current_path . $_GET['path'];

if (
strpos($_GET['path'], '../') !== false || strpos($_GET['path'], './') !== false || strpos($_GET['path'], '/') === 0)
    die (
'path error');

$path = str_replace(' ', '~', $path);
/////////////// The user callback function, that can be called after upload ////////////////////////
 * This function will be called, once all files are uploaded, with the list of uploaded files as an argument.
 * Condition to have this function called:
 * - Have the applet parameter afterUploadURL unset in this file. This makes the applet use its default behavior, that
 * is: afterUploadURL is the current web page, with the ?afterupload=1 parameter added.
 * - Have the class parameter callbackAfterUploadManagement set to 'handle_uploaded_files', name of this callback. You
 * can use any name you want, but the function must accept one unique parameter: the array that contains the file
 * descriptions.
 * @param $juploadPhpSupportClass The instance of the JUpload PHP class.
 * @param $file The array wich contains info about all uploaded files.
function handle_uploaded_files($juploadPhpSupportClass, $files)
"<P>We are in the 'handle_uploaded_files' callback function, in the index.php script. To avoid double coding, we "
. "just call the default behavior of the JUpload PHP class. Just replace this by your code...</P>"
. $juploadPhpSupportClass->defaultAfterUploadManagement();;



//First: the applet parameters
// Default value should work nice on most configuration. In this sample, we use some specific parameters, to show
// how to use this array.
// See comment for the parameters used on this demo page.
// You can use all applet parameters in this array.
// see all details
$appletParameters = array(
//Default value is ... maximum size for a file on the current FS. 2G is problably too much already.
'maxFileSize' => $JAVAMaxSizeUpload . 'G',
    //In the sourceforge project structure, the applet jar file is one folder below. Default
    //configuration is ok, if wjhk.jupload.jar is in the same folder as the script containing this call.
'archive' => 'wjhk.jupload.jar',
'showLogWindow' => 'false',
'width' => '100%',
'height' => '358px',
'name' => 'No limit Uploader',
'allowedFileExtensions' => implode('/', $ext),
//To manage, other jar files, like the ftp jar files if postURL is an FTP URL:
    //'archive' => 'wjhk.jupload.jar,jakarta-commons-oro.jar,jakarta-commons-net.jar',
    //Default afterUploadURL displays the list of uploaded files above the applet (in the <!--JUPLOAD_FILES--> markers, see below)
    //You can use any page you want, to manage the uploaded files. Here is a sample, that also only shows the list of files.
'afterUploadURL' => 'success.php?path=' . $_GET['path'],
    //This demo expects the md5sum to be sent by the applet. But the parameter is not mandatory
    //This value should be set to false (or the line commented), for big files, as md5 calculation
    //may be long (Note this must be string and *not* boolean true/false)
'sendMD5Sum' => 'false',
'debugLevel' => 0 // 100 disables redirect after upload, so we keep it below. This still gives a lot of information, in case of problem.

// for htaccess protected folders
if ((isset($_SERVER['PHP_AUTH_USER']) && $_SERVER['PHP_AUTH_USER'] != '') && $_SERVER['PHP_AUTH_USER'] != '' && $_SERVER['PHP_AUTH_USER'] != '')
$appletParameters['specificHeaders'] = 'Authorization: Basic ' . base64_encode($_SERVER['PHP_AUTH_USER'] . ":" . $_SERVER['PHP_AUTH_PW']);

//Then: the jupload PHP class parameters
$classParameters = array(
//Files won't be stored on the server. Useful for first tests of the applet behavior ... and sourceforge demo site !
'demo_mode' => false,
    //Allow creation of subdirectories, when uploading several folders/files (drag and drop a folder on the applet to use it).
'allow_subdirs' => true,
    // The callbackAfterUploadManagement function will be called, once all files are uploaded, with the list
    //of uploaded files as an argument. See the above sample, and change it according to your needs.
    //'callbackAfterUploadManagement' => 'handle_uploaded_files',
    //I work on windows. The default configuration is /var/tmp/jupload_test
'destdir' => $path //Where to store the files on the web
    //'errormail' => '',
if ( ! empty(
$classParameters['convert_spaces'] = true;

// Instantiate and initialize JUpload : integration of the applet in your web site.
$juploadPhpSupportClass = new JUpload($appletParameters, $classParameters);

//Then, a simple HTML page, for the demo
// "<!--JUPLOAD_FILES-->" is the tag where the list of uploaded files will be written.
// "<!--JUPLOAD_APPLET-->" is the place where the applet will be integrated, in the web page.
    <title>JUpload RESPONSIVE filemanager</title>
        body {
            padding: 0px;
            margin: 0px;
<div align="center"><!--JUPLOAD_FILES--></div>
<div align="center"><!--JUPLOAD_APPLET--></div>

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