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I have a plugin and I want it to move some files into a system asset source.

I have a dropdown to select the folder which gets its options like this and shows a dropdown to select a folder Id.

public function getSettingsHtml()
{
      $sourceIds = craft()->assetSources->getAllSourceIds();
      $tree = craft()->assets->getFolderTreeBySourceIds($sourceIds);

      return craft()->templates->render('backups/_settings', array(
          'settings' => $this->getSettings(),
          'tree' => $tree
      ));
}

so in my controller what i want to do is copy a file into that folder? I have the full path to the file but not sure where to go from there? Ideally it wouldn't matter if it were local storage or cloud storage it would just move it but I'm a little dumbfounded?

Any thoughts?

UPDATE: So I found this method in the Assets Service insertFileByLocalPath() which seems exactly what i needed

$response = craft()->assets->insertFileByLocalPath($backupsPath, $fileName, $folderId);

which starts to work but i keep getting S3::putObject(): [RequestTimeout] Your socket connection to the server was not read from or written to within the timeout period. Idle connections will be closed.??

  • Same thing with my code. Did you find a solution for that S3 RequestTimeout? – Karsten Schempp Jul 5 '18 at 16:22
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As you discovered, the way to go about this is with AssetsService::insertFileByLocalPath().

Not sure about the error you’re getting though. If you haven’t had any luck figuring that out, send your plugin over to support@buildwithcraft.com with instructions on how to reproduce, and we can look into it.

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