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<cfset application.documentsDirectory = "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\Intranet\uploadfiles\"> <cfset application.documentsDirUrl = "http://localhost/Intranet/uploadfiles/"> <!--- Get Directory Contents ---> <cfdirectory directory="#application.documentsDirectory#" name="documentsDirectory" sort="size ASC, name DESC, datelastmodified"> <!--- This checks for the existence of at least 1 file within the directory and if true loops through the list of files and outputs each filename with a linking url. There are many more options available for reading the type of file - it's size etc... using the cfdirectory and cffile tags but you'll have to look in the reference pdf for more information ---> <cfif IsDefined("documentsDirectory") and documentsDirectory.RecordCount gt 0> <cfloop query="documentsDirectory"> <cfif documentsDirectory.size lt 1025> <cfset document_size = documentsDirectory.size> <cfset size_type = "bytes"> <cfelseif documentsDirectory.size gt 1024 and documentsDirectory.size lt 1048577> <cfset document_size = documentsDirectory.size/1024> <cfset size_type = "Kb"> <cfelse> <cfset document_size = documentsDirectory.size/1048576> <cfset size_type = "Mb"> </cfif> <cfoutput> <a href="#application.documentsDirUrl#/#documentsDirectory.name#">#documentsDirectory.name#</a> #NumberFormat(document_size,"___,___")# #size_type#</cfoutput><br /> </cfloop> </cfif>
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