The File Upload control adds an area in the ProcessMaker Screen to which the Request participant can upload one file from a local computer or accessible network location. The Request participant can drag and place the file on the control or select a button from which to locate the file for upload. The uploaded file can be referenced in a later step in a Request.
When a file is uploaded to a ProcessMaker Screen during an in-progress Request, then submitted, that file can be downloaded from the Files tab in that Request's summary. The file remains available from that Request's summary regardless of that Request's status.
Follow these steps to add this control to the ProcessMaker Screen:
View the ProcessMaker Screen page to which to add the control.
Locate the File Upload iconin the panel to the left of the Screen Builder canvas.
Drag the File Upload icon into the Screen Builder canvas. Existing controls on the Screen Builder canvas adjust positioning based on where you drag the control.
Place into the Screen Builder canvas where you want the control to display on the ProcessMaker Screen.
Configure the File Upload control. See Settings.
Below is a File Upload control in Preview mode.
After adding a control to a ProcessMaker Screen page, you may move it to another location on that page such that it is above or below other controls placed on that page. A control cannot be moved to another ProcessMaker Screen page.
Follow these steps to move a control to another location on that ProcessMaker Screen page:
Place your cursor anywhere on the control not displaying the Duplicate Controlor Delete Controlbuttons.
Hold your cursor, then drag the control above or below other controls on that ProcessMaker Screen page. Screen Builder previews where the control would display on the page based on how you position the control above or below other controls. If the control cannot be placed in a location because your cursor is above an existing control or too far to the left or right of the page, theicon displays in the preview.
Place the control at the location on the page you want it. The other control(s) on the page automatically adjust position.
Copying a control also copies the current settings of that control. The copied control displays below other controls placed on that ProcessMaker Screen page.
Follow these steps to copy a control:
Select the control to be copied.
Click the Duplicate Control button. The control copies with its current settings, and then displays below other controls placed on that page.
Follow these steps to delete a control from a ProcessMaker Screen page:
Select the control to be deleted.
Click the Delete button. The control deletes. Other controls on that ProcessMaker Screen page adjust their locations automatically.
The File Upload control has the following panels that contain settings:
Click the control while in Design mode, and then click the Variable panel that is on the right-side of the Screen Builder canvas.
Below are settings for the File Upload control in the Variable panel:
Enter the name of the uploaded file. This setting has no default value.
Edit the default label that displays for this control if necessary. New File Upload is the default value.
Click the control while in Design mode, and then click the Configuration panel that is on the right-side of the Screen Builder canvas.
Below is the setting for the File Upload control in the Configuration panel:
Enter the file type(s) this control accepts to upload by referencing its MIME type.
Separate multiple file types with commas (
,). One space after each comma is acceptable. Example:
application/msword, image/gif, image/jpeg, application/pdf, application/vnd.ms-powerpoint, application/vnd.ms-excel, text/plain
Click the control while in Design mode, and then click the Advanced panel that is on the right-side of the Screen Builder canvas.
Below are settings for the File Upload control in the Advanced panel:
Specify an expression that indicates the condition(s) under which this control displays. See Expression Syntax Components for "Visibility Rule" Control Settings. If this setting does not have an expression, then this control displays by default.
Enter the value to represent this control in custom CSS syntax when in Custom CSS mode. As a best practice, use the same CSS Selector Name value on different controls of the same type to apply the same custom CSS style to all those controls.