Problems with EPiServer File Events(UnifiedFileAdded)

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Hi. I am trying out the EPiServer File Events for a project I am working on. When a picture file is added, I want to use a third party component to genereate some extra files out of the originalfile that is added. I then need to know the lenght of the file, but the length of the originalfile is 0. Why is this? I use the code below to get the UnifiedFile. Is this a wrong way to do it? Is there another way I can get the file and its size? protected void UnifiedDirectory_UnifiedFileAdded(UnifiedDirectory sender, UnifiedVirtualPathEventArgs e) { UnifiedFile addedFile = HostingEnvironment.VirtualPathProvider.GetFile(e.NewVirtualPath) as UnifiedFile; }
#15955
Mar 25, 2008 19:07
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That event fires when the file is added to the directory which happens before any data is written to the file. Maybe you could try the CheckedIn event instead..
#16688
Mar 25, 2008 19:14
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Hi Per. I just tried the UnifiedFile.UnifiedFileCheckedIn event, and it looks like that will solve my problem. Thank you very much :) BR, Tore
#16689
Mar 25, 2008 19:14
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Hei Per. Can I still use the event CheckedIn if the filesystem is a Native File System? Or will this only work if the filesystem is a Versionig File System? BR, Tore
#16690
Mar 25, 2008 19:14
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Only works with versioning..
#16691
Mar 25, 2008 19:14
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