Onvalidating file radupload

Ok so how does that make sure that the file is not larger than 60MB what scripting is behind this?

Also is there any way of validation the extension before upload? There is a nice little article about it at And a sample html code to accept files smaller than 60MB with only the extension jpg, jpeg and gif the code would be as follows: Thanks for the replies, from what I can gather PHP uploads the file to a temporary directory before running the first line of the script anyhow.

All validators must extend org.validation.validator V2. In addition, they must define an ID, a name, a class where the validator implementation is defined, and some includes and excludes where filter rules are defined. There are two types of groups: Include and Exclude. Filters inside of an Include group cause resources to be validated. Inside of a group the filter rules are ORed together.

However, individual Include groups are ANDed together. If any of its filter rules match, then the resource is excluded. After the validator has been added into your plug-in and Rational Application Developer has been restarted, the new validator will be shown ( Windows Validation.

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You must create an extension in your plug-in to extend the validator extension point from the framework in order to create a new validator.

The example in Listing 1 shows how an extension would look.

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