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How to create .asp folders?

Hi there,

I am working with a Content Management System - CMS (ASP.net solution).

I would like to create .asp folders which could contain documents stored in the CMS.

Thanks for advising me.

L.
Jun 10 '08 #1
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DrBunchman
979 Expert 512MB
Hi Louise,

I'm not sure what it is you're trying to do...what do you mean by .asp folders?

You say you are working with a .NET solution but .asp files are Classic ASP files - can you confirm which you are using?

Dr B
Jun 10 '08 #2
Thanks.

Basically, users save documents in the CMS which are located in folders.
Those folders are displayed in a collapsible and / or static tree in an Intranet Documents page.

My aim is to display one or many folders of this tree in other Intranet pages where it is relevant to place them.

Thanks for advising

Louise
Jun 10 '08 #3
DrBunchman
979 Expert 512MB
As long as you know where these documents are located and you can grant the required permisisons then you will be able to create your own pages to browse the folder structure. Are your own pages going to be written in ASP.NET or Classic ASP?

Is something like this the sort of thing you were thinking of for displaying the file structure?

Dr B
Jun 10 '08 #4
Thanks for this useful link.

In my case, the .asp tree is built already.

What I would like to do is to fragment it.

If we consider the link you sent me:

-I want to create an HTML page called "Personal Folders", then somewhere in this page, I would like the folder called "Personal Folders" to appear only without the rest of the tree because the HTML page in question is about a topic talking about Personal Folders.

Thanks for your thoughts.

Louise
Jun 11 '08 #5
jeffstl
432 Expert 256MB
Thanks for this useful link.

In my case, the .asp tree is built already.

What I would like to do is to fragment it.

If we consider the link you sent me:

-I want to create an HTML page called "Personal Folders", then somewhere in this page, I would like the folder called "Personal Folders" to appear only without the rest of the tree because the HTML page in question is about a topic talking about Personal Folders.

Thanks for your thoughts.

Louise
I don't understand. Is this a programming question or are you asking how to make an HTML page? The page you describe with a folder appearing at the top and the name? Are you wanting to get that folder name dynamically basically?

So you can make 1 .asp page to handle all folder "topics"?

Just make a FolderPage.asp that handles the querystring for the folder name.

Like FolderPage.asp?name=Personal+Folders

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  1.  
  2. dim FolderName
  3. FolderName = request.querystring("name")
  4.  
  5. 'then later in your page wherever you need the name
  6.  
  7. <%=FolderName%>
  8.  
  9.  
Jun 11 '08 #6
DrBunchman
979 Expert 512MB
I am also a bit confused about this one.

Would I be right in saying that you want to build an html page that displays only the part of the tree (which resides on another page somewhere) that you are interested in?

If so then doing so would depend on how the page that contains the tree worked.

I would have thought it would be easier to generate your own tree looking at the relevant parts of the file system.

Dr B
Jun 13 '08 #7
I am also a bit confused about this one.

Would I be right in saying that you want to build an html page that displays only the part of the tree (which resides on another page somewhere) that you are interested in?

If so then doing so would depend on how the page that contains the tree worked.

I would have thought it would be easier to generate your own tree looking at the relevant parts of the file system.

Dr B
Hi Dr B,

Thanks

"Yes. If so then doing so would depend on how the page that contains the tree worked." :
All documents are stored in a CMS (admin system) where users can create folders, sub-folders...and upload MS Documents. Then the Documents tree is automatically generated in one Intranet page.

FYI, a programmer sent me the link of a document saved in the tree:

<a class="ctl22_Collapsible1_treeDocuments_0 ctl22_Collapsible1_treeDocuments_1 ctl22_Collapsible1_treeDocuments_5" href="/default.aspx?appid=2763&amp;fileid=1614" target="_blank" onclick="javascript:TreeView_SelectNode(ctl22_Coll apsible1_treeDocuments_Data, this,'ctl22_Collapsible1_treeDocumentst7');" id="ctl22_Collapsible1_treeDocumentst7"><img src="/images/icons/doc.png" align="absmiddle" border="0"> Consultation Report.doc<br>27/03/07</a>

Thanks for your advice!

L
Jun 25 '08 #8

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