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About Downloads

When a project is first created, it gets a Downloads area for downloading project related files. Initially the list is empty. By default, anyone can download files from the list, but only a project administrator can add files to the list or change or delete the files.

Opening the Downloads Page

To see the download list for a project, go to the project's home page and click Downloads in the list of features on the right.

When the Downloads page opens, you see a list of folders and files you can download for the project.

On this page, you can download files, or, if you have permission from the project administrator, you can add folders or upload files for others to download. By default, only a project administrator can add folders and upload files.

Navigating Folders

To open a folder, click the folder name in the list of folders and files. For example, in the following figure, the Builds folder is the one being opened.

When a folder is open, you see a breadcrumbs list, or path, above the list of files, with the current folder name as the last entry. To navigate to the parent folder, just click its name in the breadcrumbs list. For example, in the following figure, the Builds folder is open. The cursor is on the parent bluebird folder in the breadcrumbs list.

Downloading Files

To download a project's files, first open the download page as described above.

On that page, if necessary, open the folder containing the file you want to download. For example, in the following figure, the Builds folder is the one being opened.

You can try clicking a file to download it. If the browser opens a dialog asking if you want to save the file, choose the Save option and then choose where to save the file.

If the file opens in a browser window (such as an HTML file containing installation instructions), you can download it by using your browser's standard download features.For example, in the Firefox browser running on Microsoft Windows and Linux, if you go back to the Downloads page and right-click the Downloads link, you can choose Save Link As and then choose the location where the file will be saved. If you're using Internet Explorer, when you right-click the link, the option is Save Target As.

The following figure shows the Save Link As menu option in Firefox:

Adding a File to the Downloads List

If you have a role on the project that permits you to upload files to the Downloads list (by default, Project Administrator), you'll see Add File for Download on the left above the list of files, as shown in the following figure:

Note: Uploading files for download is not the way to get graphics files on the site for your wiki pages. To do that, you need to have a wiki page open and click Manage Images in the left navigation area as described in Uploading a Graphics File for a Wiki.

To add a file to the list:

  1. If necessary, navigate to the Downloads folder where you want the file uploaded.
  2. Click Add File for Download to open the upload dialog. The following figure shows that dialog with the fields filled in for a file for the Bluebird project.


  3. You can either upload a file from your local machine or from a URL. Either the Select File field or the URL field is required.
    • For the Select File field, you can click Browse to navigate on your local system to the file you want to upload.
    • For the URL field, enter a URL for the file you want to upload from a web page.
  4. In the Title field, enter up to 100 characters. This field is required. This name is displayed as a link in the Downloads list and must be unique for the list.
  5. In the Description field, enter up to 200 characters of text describing the file. This field is required.
  6. Optionally, in the Tags field, enter search terms that users can use to find the download.
  7. Click Upload to transfer the file to the server.
  8. Check the top of the dialog for the results of the upload. If a problem was encountered during the upload, you'll see an error message similar to the following:

  9. After your file starts uploading, you can immediately reuse the Add File dialog. You see the Upload button at the bottom change to Upload More.
  10. Browse for a new file to upload and enter a new title and description. The fields don't change until you enter new information, so be sure to update them before uploading again.
    Note: This feature is especially useful if you are uploading large files that take a while to transmit.
  11. When you're finished with uploading files, click the Done button to dismiss the dialog.

Adding a Folder to the Downloads List

If you have a role on the project that permits you to add folders to the Downloads list (by default, Project Administrator), you'll see Add Folder above the list of files, as shown in the following figure:

To add a folder:

  1. Click Add Folder to open the folder dialog. The following figure shows the dialog.



  2. In the Folder Name field, enter up to 100 characters. This field is required. This name is displayed as a folder in the Downloads list and must be unique for the list.
  3. In the Folder Description field, enter up to 200 characters of text describing the folder. This field is required.
  4. Optionally, in the Tags field, enter search terms that users can use to find the folder.
  5. Click Add Folder to create the new folder.

Editing a File or Folder in the Downloads List

First, display the Downloads list as described above. If you have a role on the project that permits you to edit files and folders in the Downloads list (by default, Project Administrator), you'll see Edit and Delete actions to the right of each file and folder in the list, as shown in the following figure:

To edit a file or folder:

  1. Click Edit. A dialog similar to the following one opens:



  2. Edit any of the fields and then click Update.

Deleting a File from the Downloads List

First, display the Downloads list as described above. If you have a role on the project that permits you to delete files in the Downloads list (by default, Project Administrator), you'll see Edit and Delete actions to the right of each file in the list, as shown in the figure under Editing a File or Folder in the Downloads List.

To delete a file, click Delete, then click OK in the confirmation dialog. The entry will be removed from the Downloads list.

Getting Downloads Data

First, display the Downloads list as described above. If you have permission to see download data for your project, you will be able to click View File Downloads Summary.

When you click View File Downloads Summary, you see a page that shows you all the files that have been downloaded from your project's downloads area. The page shows you how many download attempts have been made for each file in total, plus how many were for the last week and month. For each file, you see the percentage of all downloads that the total download number represents for your project.

Managing the Downloads List

If you are a project administrator, you can rename the Downloads list, remove it, and change role permissions for actions like downloading files and uploading, editing, and deleting files. For more information on managing the Downloads list, see Managing a Project: Downloads.

   

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[[image:downloads-choosefolder.png]] When a folder is open, you see a ''breadcrumbs'' list, or path, above the list of files, with the current folder name as the last entry. To navigate to the parent folder, just click its name in the breadcrumbs list. For example, in the following figure, the ''B<span style="text-decoration:underline;color:green">uild</span>s<span style="text-decoration:line-through;color:red"> 6.0</span>'' folder is open. The cursor is on the parent ''<span style="text-decoration:line-through;color:red">contri</span>s'' folder is open. The cursor is on the parent ''b<span style="text-decoration:underline;color:green">luebird</span>b'' folder in the breadcrumbs list. [[image:downloads-navigate-folders.png]] ... ==Downloading Files== To download a project's files, first open the download page as described [[#Opening_the_Downloads_Page|above]]. On that page, if necessary, open the folder containing the file you want to download. 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The fields don't change until you enter new information, so be sure to update them before uploading again.<br/>'''Note:''' This feature is especially useful if you are uploading large files that take a while to transmit. # When you're finished with uploading files, click the ''Done'' button to dismiss the dialog<span style="text-decoration:underline;color:green">. ==Adding a Folder to the Downloads List== If you have a role on the project that permits you to add folders to the Downloads list (by default, Project Administrator), you'll see ''Add Folder'' above the list of files, as shown in the following figure: [[image:downloads-addfolder.png]] '''To add a folder:''' # Click ''Add Folder'' to open the folder dialog. The following figure shows the dialog.<br/><br/>[[image:downloads-folderdialog.png]]<br/><br/> # In the '''Folder Name''' field, enter up to 100 characters. This field is required. This name is displayed as a folder in the Downloads list and must be unique for the list. # In the '''Folder Description''' field, enter up to 200 characters of text describing the folder. This field is required. # Optionally, in the '''Tags''' field, enter search terms that users can use to find the folder. # Click ''Add Folder'' to create the new folder. ==Editing a File or Folder in the Downloads List== First, display the Downloads list as described [[#Opening_the_Downloads_Page|above]]. If you have a role on the project that permits you to edit files and folders in the Downloads list (by default, Project Administrator), you'll see ''Edit'' and ''Delete'' actions to the right of each file and folder in the list, as shown in the following figure: [[image:downloads-moredroplist.png]] '''To edit a file or folder:''' # Click ''Edit''. A dialog similar to the following one opens:<br/><br/>[[image:downloads-editdialog.png]]<br/><br/> # Edit any of the fields and then click Update. ==Deleting a File from the Downloads List== First, display the Downloads list as described [[#Opening_the_Downloads_Page|above]]. If you have a role on the project that permits you to delete files in the Downloads list (by default, Project Administrator), you'll see ''Edit'' and ''Delete'' actions to the right of each file in the list, as shown in the figure under [[#Editing_a_File_or_Folder_in_the_Downloads_List|Editing a File or Folder in the Downloads List]]. To delete a file, click ''Delete'', then click OK in the confirmation dialog. The entry will be removed from the Downloads list. ==Getting Downloads Data== First, display the Downloads list as described [[#Opening_the_Downloads_Page|above]]. If you have permission to see download data for your project, you will be able to click View File Downloads Summary. [[image:downloads-choose-view-summary.png]] When you click View File Downloads Summary, you see a page that shows you all the files that have been downloaded from your project's downloads area. The page shows you how many download attempts have been made for each file in total, plus how many were for the last week and month. For each file, you see the percentage of all downloads that the total download number represents for your project. [[image:downloads-summary-page.png]] ==Managing the Downloads List== If you are a project administrator, you can rename the Downloads list, remove it, and change role permissions for actions like downloading files and uploading, editing, and deleting files. For more information on managing the Downloads list, see [[ManageProject#Downloads|Managing a Project: Downloads]]</span>. <table> <tr><span>

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