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List folder content

You may see storage folder structure by using this file/list-command:

svc=file/list&params={"itemId":<long>,
		      "storageType":<uint>,
		      "path":<text>,
   		      "mask":<text>,
	   	      "recursive":<bool>,
		      "fullPath":<bool>}

Params

Param Description
itemId element id
storageType storage type:
1 - public(all users may see/download files ),
2 - protected (that users may see/download files who being grant rights)
path relative path from root folder to the file
mask name mask; you may use '*':
it can wildcard 0, 1, …, namy symbols
recursive flag, whether you want content be shown recursively
fullPath flag, whether you want elements fullpath be shown

:!: Only element creator may put and remove files.

Response

:!: 'n/c'-signature means that hierarchy element is 'folder', 'n/s'-signature states that element is 'file'.

[
	{
		"n": <text>,		/* path to the folder being chosen, starts with "public" or "protected" */
		"c": [			/* root folder content, inside may be files and/or folders */
				{	
					"n": <text> 	/* folder name */
					"c": [...]	/* folder content, inside may be files and/or folders */
				},
 
				{
					"n": <text>, 	/* file name */
					"s": <text> 	/* file size (bytes) */
				},
				...
		]
	}
]

IF the path does not exist then:

{
    "error": 5
}
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