You are browsing the documentation for version 4.2 of OroCommerce, OroCRM and OroPlatform, which is no longer maintained. Read version 5.1 (the latest LTS version) of the Oro documentation to get up-to-date information.

See our Release Process documentation for more information on the currently supported and upcoming releases.

Available in OroCRM Available in OroCommerce

Configure Upload Settings per Organization

To configure MIME types per organization:

  1. Navigate to System > User Management > Organizations in the main menu.

  2. For the necessary organization, hover over the More Options menu and click to start editing the configuration.

  3. Select System Configuration > General Setup > Upload Settings in the menu on the left.


    For faster navigation between the configuration menu sections, use Quick Search.

    Selecting mime types for a file or an image in the upload settings menu
  4. Clear the Use Default check box next to the option.

  5. Select a set of mime types that will be supported for the file and image attachments in the system.

  6. Add any MIME type by writing the required file or image format in the text box.

  7. In the File Names section, you can control whether to use original file names.

    File names section on organization level


    The File Names setting is available starting from v4.2.11. and can be configured globally, per organization, and per website.

    Enable Original File Names — When enabled, the original file name is appended to the system-generated hash value. All non-alphanumeric characters (e.g., “:”, “)”, “,”, “~”) are replaced with “-” (dash).

    For example, the name of the file is coffee_maker/bosch_#RND123.jpg, the system-generated hash value is media/cache/attachment/filter/product_gallery_main/b6d3b12a2194f276376d682d2e7e6bd1/1/5bae287538.jpg. If the option is enabled, the file name is displayed in the storefront as follows media/cache/attachment/filter/product_gallery_main/623364376a0e8125036727/1/5bae287538-coffee-maker-bosch-RND123.jpg


    When this option is enabled, the Enable Original File Names setting for Product Images is hidden from the system configuration page.

  8. Click Save Settings.

If attachments are enabled for an entity, the configuration of the entity will prevail and override the corresponding settings configured both globally and per organization.