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yuri
7/27/15, 8:28 AM

I'm wondering how can I set a maxium size limit to the uploaded files on the python controller side, any suggestion?



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7/25/15, 4:41 AM

Hi,

There is one module in which you can find exact what you want. Inside Odoo => addons => website_crm => controllers => main.py. In that you can find the method def contactus(self, **kwargs):.

You can see the code as you want that manage image / binary field from controller. In this code you can see that controller take the post info and insert it into binary field of attachment.  

Tips : When you want to submit any binary data from web form, you must need to select "multipart/form-data" value for enctype attribute in your form.

<form class="form-horizontal mt32" id="form_job" action="#" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">

I am sure it will help you.

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yuri
7/25/15, 1:30 PM

Nice, I didn't check that code. I achieve to upload attachments with that module, just adding: Upload picture In the form. How I can handle images sending it with post method?

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