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Multiple Attachments Upload 6.2

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Hello everybody. I have an issue.

I'm working in 6.2 and my client want something that let the customer to upload multiple files together.

I saw there is upload form from AeM, but it allows only 1 file.

How can i achieve this?

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After talking to out TOuch UI expert - they stated:

Basically you need a multfield for fileuploads…. Following is a sample for images (which are basically files too)

http://experience-aem.blogspot.com/2016/06/aem-62-touch-ui-composite-image-multifield.html

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If your requirment to to get multiple files to AEM JCR -- then write a custom tool that reads a list (in this example - its XML) and uploads to AEM. Something like this -- http://scottsdigitalcommunity.blogspot.ca/2013/10/automating-process-of-uploading-digital.html

Scott's Digital Community: Automating the process of uploading multiple digital assets to the Adobe ...

There is also a video you can watch.

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No, actually this is my case. That's the editor mode, and i added the component "upload" from form by drag and drop.

It allows to upload 1 file at time.

I need something to let it attach multiple file at time.

As a user i expect to attach maybe 3 cvs, or 2 pdf. Something like this.

(We don't know where the files will be saved, so i dont know how to proceed further. Right now, i just need to create the front-end part)

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I am checking with our Eng team. I have either used it 1 file (via the Granite type) at a time or in batch mode. THat is - when i want to upload a lot of files (ie - jpg files) to the AEM DAM - i use the custom SWING APP - which works great!

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After talking to out TOuch UI expert - they stated:

Basically you need a multfield for fileuploads…. Following is a sample for images (which are basically files too)

http://experience-aem.blogspot.com/2016/06/aem-62-touch-ui-composite-image-multifield.html

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Hi smacdonald2008

I want to upload 2 images using fileuoload in aem 6.4. I found only one fileReference created in content. Is there any other solution to store 2 images using fileupload(not multifiled) in single dailog.