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In my "Library" on my website I can navigate to a particular slide but when I hit the download button it prompts me to login. The line in the code looks like this:
|@http.route('''/slides/slide/<model("slide.slide", "[('channel_id.can_see', '=', True), ('download_security', '=', 'public')]"):slide>/download''', type='http', auth="public", website=True)|
|def slide_download(self, slide):|
|if slide.download_security == 'public' or (slide.download_security == 'user' and request.session.uid):|
|filecontent = base64.b64decode(slide.datas)|
|disposition = 'attachment; filename=%s.pdf' % werkzeug.urls.url_quote(slide.name)|
|elif not request.session.uid and slide.download_security == 'user':|
|return werkzeug.utils.redirect('/web?redirect=/slides/slide/%s' % (slide.id))|
I put in a pdb and found that whether I'm logged in or not the slide.download_security is always equal to 'user'. I've tried all combinations of removing things but usually just that results in the loss of my download button. However, if I navigate directly to the /slides/slide/#/download url it downloads. So I guess I know that is works.
How can I allow the public to download these documents without having to be logged in and still maintain my download button?
Thanks for your help!
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|Asked: 6/7/16, 3:48 PM|
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|Last updated: 6/8/16, 1:50 AM|