Kendo.Mvc.UI.FileManagerUploadSettings

Defines the fluent API for configuring the FileManagerUploadSettings settings.

Properties

Cancel

Fires when the upload was cancelled while in progress. Upload Events.

Clear

Fires when the files are cleared by clicking on the Clear button. Upload Events.

Complete

Fires when all active uploads complete—either successfully or with errors. Upload Events.

Error

Fires when an upload or remove operation fails. Upload Events.

Pause

Fires when the files are cleared by clicking the Pause button. The button is visible if chunksize is set. Upload Events.

Progress

Fires when the data about the progress of the upload is available. Upload Events.

Resume

Fires when the files are resumed through clicking the Resume button. The button is visible if chunksize is set and the file upload is paused. Upload Events.

Remove

Fires when an uploaded file is about to be removed. If the event is canceled, the remove operation is prevented. Upload Events.

Select

Fires when a file is selected. Upload Events.

Success

Fires when an upload or remove operation is completed successfully. Upload Events.

Upload

Fires when one or more files are about to be uploaded. The canceling of the event prevents the upload. Upload Events.

Async

Configures the asynchronous upload of files. For more details, refer to the article on the async mode of the Upload.

Directory

Enables the selection of folders instead of files.

Localization

Sets the strings rendered by the Upload.

Multiple

Enables (if set to true) or disables (if set to false) the selection of multiple files. If set to false, the user can select only one file at a time.

ShowFileList

Enables (if set to true) or disables (if set to false) the display of a file listing for the file upload. The disabling of a file listing might be useful if you want to customize the UI. To build your own UI, use the client-side events.

Validation

Configures the validation options for uploaded files.

Methods

Serialize(System.Collections.Generic.IDictionary<System.String,System.Object>)

Serialize current instance to Dictionary

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