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Create Folders and Sub-folders on Uploading a CSV File in Alfresco

A typical Document Management System use case in Alfresco would require creating multiple folders while implementing for the first time or any time in the future as well. Those folders can be for each employee, branch, or project in the organization. Creating them manually is a mundane, time-consuming, and prone-to-error task. How if you can create these folders with a mere upload of a CSV file? Sounds interesting?

In this blog, we have provided you a code using which Alfresco developers would be able to set a mechanism for the users who would get the following functionality.

Alfresco development related blog: Alfresco QCAD Integration for CAD Files Preview

Here are the steps to follow:

Step 1: For creating folders and sub-folders we need to write the script.

Step 2: Create a folder (Csv Upload) in your site and go to the action “Manage Rules”.

Now create a new rule. Add other info wise requirement and goto to “Perform Action”, select execute the script, and select our custom script.

Step 3: Create folder “Target” Which Contains all the folders which are created from csv.

Step 4: Now upload the csv file in “CSV Upload” folder.

If you find any challenge in implementing the same, feel free to contact us.

Original source here: Create Folders and Sub-folders on Uploading a CSV File in Alfresco

Create Folders and Sub-folders on Uploading a CSV File in Alfresco


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