To better understand how the Upload file to Storage bucket rule works, check out the Including File Control in Apps pages in the How To section.
The Upload file from Storage bucket can be configured in the case of any control. For example, you can apply this rule when clicking a button.
This rule is used for uploading files to a selected storage bucket.
This property is used to bind the file picker control.
A list of available storage buckets is displayed and you can pick the one you need. For more information on adding a storage bucket to your app, see Importing a Storage Bucket from Orchestrator.
If there are no storage buckets added to your app, the list is empty and a notification is displayed in the drop-down list.
The name of the file that will be stored in the storage bucket. You can provide a name for the file, or you can generate a unique name.
By checking the Auto-generate name box, an unique name will be auto-generated for your file by providing a suffix.
To make sure that files will not be overwritten, we highly recommend to use the Auto-generate name feature.
The When completed property provides the ability to define rules to be executed whenever the process completes.
A best practice is to use the Set Values rule to create a variable and easily download it at a later stage. If the Auto-generate name box is checked and you don't know the exact name of your file, you can drag and drop the ? Uploaded File Name box in the needed rule.
A best practice is to show an error message if a process fails. To do this, add a Show Message rule. You can then specify the title, message, and type of the error message.
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