This page contains information regarding the usage of file tags in Lasso Professional.
Steve Piercy published a step-by-step guide, the most current version of which is available at: http://stevepiercy.com/lasso_stuff/file_perms.lasso
This article contains instructions on how to set up file tag permissions in Lasso Professional 8.1+ on Mac OS X. Steps that are not specific to Mac OS X may be useful for other operating systems, and even those steps may be adapted. In other words the process to work with the file tags in Lasso is pretty much the same regardless of the operating system, although there are minor differences in the details of OS-specific steps. For complete information, please consult the Lasso Professional Language Guide and Mac OS X Tips that are included in the directory:
~/Applications/Lasso Professional 8/Documentation/
The following is a brief description of the file upload process in Lasso.
is automatically deleted.
In general, you should copy the temporary file out of
before they are destroyed.
At the end of the file permissions guide published by Steve Piercy, there are two code samples for testing. The first sample tests whether file permissions have been correctly established. The second tests whether file uploads merely work. Both code samples are extremely basic and lack sufficient error checking that would be required in a production environment, but they are sufficient for learning how file tags work and are a good starting point. http://stevepiercy.com/lasso_stuff/file_perms.lasso
Author: Steve Piercy
Created: 28 Mar 2008
Last Modified: 16 Mar 2011
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