<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>

Specifies the settings for loading and saving data.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser>
    <kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport></kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser>

Configuration Attributes

create java.lang.String

Options or URL which will handle the directory creation. If not specified that create new folder button will not be present. Further configuration is available via kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-create.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport create="create">
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>

destroy java.lang.String

Options or URL which will handle the file and directory deletion. If not specified the delete button will not be present. Further configuration is available via kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-destroy.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport destroy="destroy">
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>

fileUrl java.lang.String

The URL responsible for serving the original file. A file name placeholder should be specified. By default the placeholder value is URL encoded. If this is not desired, use a function.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport fileUrl="fileUrl">
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>

read java.lang.String

Options or URL for remote file retrieval. Further configuration is available via kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-read.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport read="read">
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>

uploadUrl java.lang.String

The URL which will handle the upload of the new files. If not specified the Upload button will not be displayed.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport uploadUrl="uploadUrl">
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>

Configuration JSP Tags

kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-create

Options or URL which will handle the directory creation. If not specified that create new folder button will not be present.

More documentation is available at kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-create.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>
    <kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-create></kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-create>
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>

kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-destroy

Options or URL which will handle the file and directory deletion. If not specified the delete button will not be present.

More documentation is available at kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-destroy.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>
    <kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-destroy></kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-destroy>
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>

kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-read

Options or URL for remote file retrieval.

More documentation is available at kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-read.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>
    <kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-read></kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-read>
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>

Event Attributes

fileUrl String

The URL responsible for serving the original file. A file name placeholder should be specified. By default the placeholder value is URL encoded. If this is not desired, use a function.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport fileUrl="handle_fileUrl">
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>
<script>
    function handle_fileUrl(e) {
        // Code to handle the fileUrl event.
    }
</script>

Event Tags

kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-fileUrl

The URL responsible for serving the original file. A file name placeholder should be specified. By default the placeholder value is URL encoded. If this is not desired, use a function.

Example

<kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>
    <kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-fileUrl>
        <script>
            function(e) {
                // Code to handle the fileUrl event.
            }
        </script>
    </kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport-fileUrl>
</kendo:editor-fileBrowser-transport>
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