Hello,

we created a subfolder in files/application and uploaded a file in this subfolder. Now I would like to read this file to send it as an Email-attachment.

File f = new File("subfolder\\testfile.pdf",false);
java.io.File Anhang =new java.io.File(f.getName());
in.anhang=Anhang;

But ivy doesn't find the File. When we upload the file directly in files/application it works.

Thank you.

asked 24.03 at 13:48

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Your second line causes the problem. f.getName() only returns the filename, without the subfolder. You have to use f.getPath(), which returns the relative path of the current file object. This path is always relative to the active file area:

  • Temporary files: session
  • Persistent files: application
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answered 24.03 at 15:24

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