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When you use the fileupload file type, versioning comes into play if two files are uploaded with the same name. This causes complications if you are viewing entries in a table as, the attachment entry in the table will only show the newest version of a file and not necessarily the attachment that is associated with the table entry.
Is there either a way to:
This is clearly a (UI) bug in the "File" field in ConfiForms. As the version of the attachment is not correctly shown, and always the latest is taken. This will be fixed asap.
Regarding the "rename" functionality - how do you see it shall be done? Using some pattern or adding some kind of a timestamp or UUID to the filename?
Thanks Alex for your quick response.
In regards to the rename functionality, I have a number of pages with hundreds of attachments and none of the attachments follow a similar naming scheme because I can't force something and the attachments are uploaded by anyone. As such, if I want to clear the page of attachments by downloading them all and deleting them, they become a huge disorganised mess following the download.
Example: "[user] Request [entry.id]".filetype
That's primarily what I was thinking.
There is no bug with file renames, as this functionality simply does not exist.
ConfiForms does not provide a way to "rename" files on upload