someone here can help me. Thanks in advance!
I have a form that displays information about a single commercial real
estate property. I am trying to create a feature on it that allows the user
to upload files to Amazon S3 that will then be associated with that
property. In a separate question, I asked how this relationship should
work. I have a series of questions about this whole thing, but it seems
that Stack Overflow likes to keep each question limited to a specific
I've created a relationship so that Properties has_many Uploadedfiles and
Uploadedfiles belongs_to Properties. I added a column to the Uploadedfile
table called "uploaded_file" and mounted CarrierWave to that column
I've read through the Readme and Wiki for Carrierwave and
Carrierwave_direct. They both talk about adding a single Avatar to a new
User, when that new User is created. In my case, the property is already
created, and I want to be able to upload multiple files (one at a time, for
now) to that Property. (later, I will add a feature that lists out links to
each of the uploaded files so that the user can download and open them).
Here is what the readme says. What do I need to do in my controllers and
views to make this work for me?
If you are using Rails and you've mounted your uploader like this:
class User < ActiveRecord::Base
mount_uploader :avatar, AvatarUploader end
things just got a whole lot easier. You can generate a direct upload form
class AvatarController < ApplicationController
@uploader = User.new.avatar
@uploader.success_action_redirect = new_user_url
<%= direct_upload_form_for @uploader do |f| %>
<%= f.file_field :avatar %>
<%= f.submit %> <% end %>
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