Internationalized Error Messages

Another handy feature of HTTP_Upload is support for internationalized error messages. This means that if an error (like an invalid file upload) is detected, the programmer can choose in which the language the error messages should be returned by HTTP_Upload.

The first parameter of the constructor method for HTTP_Upload determines the language to be used. This is illustrated in the following example:

Example

<?php
// German error messages
$language "de";

require_once 
"HTTP/Upload.php";

$upload = new HTTP_Upload($language);
$file $upload->getFiles("f");

if (
$file->isValid()) {
    
$moved $file->moveTo("uploads/");
    if (!
PEAR::isError($moved)) {
        echo 
"File was moved to uploads/";
    } else {
        
// This will print a german error message
        
echo "An error was detected: " $moved->getMessage() . "<br />";
    }
}
?>
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