Support » Plugin: Memphis Documents Library » Asian Characters

  • This works well and fit my requirement except one point.
    My test result for the file name with Asian characters(Chinese, Japanese and Korean) as follows;
    1. Singe file upload: No problem at Chrome. IE11 shows corrupted file name.
    2. Multi file upload using zip: Asian characters are gone and shows file extension only.
    3. Multi file upload using mdoc-ftp: same result as above.
    I presume there are improper processing when import files from zip or mdoc-ftp.
    If any solution for UTF-8 Asian character(file name) is provided, I will be more than happy.

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  • Plugin Author bhaldie

    (@bhaldie)

    thanks for the report, I will have to look into this and see what I can do to fix the issue.

    Just on a side note, mDocs does not support IE11. Edge is the only support browser.

    Plugin Author bhaldie

    (@bhaldie)

    i still haven’t forgot about this issue, but its a little tricky to solve. The zip method is the problem and I haven’t found a work around yet.

    I have solved my problem as follows;

    1. Start file name with number or English alphabet. Then, the file name including Asian character remains as it is. I added up serial numbers to all of original file names before upload.
    Example: XXXX.txt -> 1XXXX.txt (X is Asian character)

    2. To solve broken file name at download(especially IE11), I modified mdocs-downloads.php line59 as follows(for the case of Korean character);

    header(‘Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=’.iconv(‘UTF-8′,’euc-kr’,$filename));

    Though it took some time for me to find and test this solution, above solved my problem.

    Plugin Author bhaldie

    (@bhaldie)

    thanks for the input, I’ve added your code snippet to the next version of mDocs, it will be available in version 3.9.12 let me know if it works for you.

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