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generate download link with deffrent port website

#1 Postby sherayusuf3 » Nov 15, 2009 10:23 am

hello,

im already search this forum not found same with my case

1. how to create diffrent port when generate download lin
example :
when people click download file, the link format is or after upload file :
http://site.com/1h2b34j24j2/name-file.zip
how to costumize adding port after site.com like
http://site.com:8000/1h2b34j24j2/name-file.zip

2. how to adding site url on file when user upload
example :
origin file name is : name-file.zip
after upload n when user download file rename with site url like site.com_name-file.zip


thnks

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Re: generate download link with deffrent port website

#2 Postby sherayusuf3 » Nov 18, 2009 4:20 am

up up up

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#3 Postby PilgrimX182 » Nov 18, 2009 2:24 pm

In index.cgi replace

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return "$file->{srv_htdocs_url}/$ddcode/$fname";

with

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return "$file->{srv_htdocs_url}:8080/$ddcode/$fname";

where 8080 - your port.
Should do the trick.

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#4 Postby sherayusuf3 » Nov 19, 2009 2:24 am

PilgrimX182 wrote:In index.cgi replace

Code: Select all

return "$file->{srv_htdocs_url}/$ddcode/$fname";

with

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return "$file->{srv_htdocs_url}:8080/$ddcode/$fname";

where 8080 - your port.
Should do the trick.



not work :D
http://site.com/files:8000/1/h2b34j24j2/name-file.zip

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#5 Postby missup » Nov 27, 2009 8:32 am

anyone success with it?

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#6 Postby naga » Nov 27, 2009 11:39 am

It did not work because you have the htdocs_url as ...files

what you can do is either just add the htdocs url in the fileserver edit menu as :8000 and leave the cgi bin on the normal poort, or try this modification I use for having premium users download from a different poort and htdocs url.

in index.cgi find

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$file->{direct_link} = "$file->{srv_htdocs_url}/$ddcode/$file->{file_name}";

change to;

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   if($file->{srv_htdocs_url} eq "http://fileserver20.something.com/files")
   {
      $file->{direct_link} = "http://fileserver20.something.com:8000/files/$ddcode/$file->{file_name}";
   }
else
{
$file->{direct_link} = "$file->{srv_htdocs_url}/$ddcode/$file->{file_name}";
}


downside is that you have to put in elsif's for every fileserver you want a different port or path to files for...

Also to do different stuff for premium users you can use

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if($premium)
{



Hope this helps...

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#7 Postby missup » Nov 27, 2009 3:54 pm

thanks naga! will try it when get back home!

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#8 Postby missup » Nov 27, 2009 4:02 pm

oh just crossed my mind, how if i have many servers ? like
if {serverhostname} then goes to serverhostname:8000

anyway as i remember there is no htdocs_url config in fileserver

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#9 Postby sherayusuf3 » Apr 18, 2010 3:01 am

Thnks Naga, how about multiple server?
how to define

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#10 Postby naga » Apr 21, 2010 10:35 pm

sherayusuf3 wrote:Thnks Naga, how about multiple server?
how to define

I have done it using else-if statements

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   if($file->{srv_htdocs_url} eq "http://fileserver20.something.com/files")
   {
      $file->{direct_link} = "http://fileserver20.something.com:8000/files/$ddcode/$file->{file_name}";
   }
elsif($file->{srv_htdocs_url} eq "http://fileserver21.something.com/files")
   {
      $file->{direct_link} = "http://fileserver21.something.com:8000/files/$ddcode/$file->{file_name}";
   }
else
{
$file->{direct_link} = "$file->{srv_htdocs_url}/$ddcode/$file->{file_name}";
}

you can use as many elsif's as you like, but with 30 elsif's I wouldnt recommend it


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