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In a Dialog sceen, when a partner uploads a file using the Upload UI component, the only values available for mapping to an API or XSLT are the file contents in plain-text or Base64 encoded format.
We should be able to map the file details to our API calls and XSLT inputs:
Name provided by partner
Original filename as uploaded by partner
Size of file
ContentType (e.g. text/plain, application/pdf, etc)
These are values already available in the vchDocument API when looking at "ACTIVITY" files, for sponsor-uploaded files.
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How will this idea be used?
1) Map these values back to the UI to provide confirmation to the user that they uploaded the correct file.
2) Pass these values to API calls so that they can be tracked and audited.
e.g. for an activity where a user is uploading files to be tested, we would be able to track the filenames that a user has uploaded. That way the partner would know which files they have already tested and which files still need to be uploaded.
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