Feature: #68895 - Introduced hook in BackendUserAuthentication::getDefaultUploadFolder

See Issue #68895

Description

It is now possible to change the upload folder returned by BackendUserAuthentication::getDefaultUploadFolder() by registering a hook. This makes it possible to set a different upload folder for fields with direct upload enabled in the backend.

Register own getDefaultUploadFolder hook

To use your own hook to manipulate the upload folder you need to register the function in ext_localconf.php of your extension.

$GLOBALS['TYPO3_CONF_VARS']['SC_OPTIONS']['t3lib/class.t3lib_userauthgroup.php']['getDefaultUploadFolder'][] =
        \Vendor\MyExtension\Hooks\DefaultUploadFolder::class . '->getDefaultUploadFolder';

Example getDefaultUploadFolder hook

<?php
namespace Vendor\MyExtension\Hooks;

use TYPO3\CMS\Core\Authentication\BackendUserAuthentication;
use TYPO3\CMS\Core\Resource\Folder;

/**
 * Class DefaultUploadFolder
 */
class DefaultUploadFolder {

        /**
         * Get default upload folder
         *
         * If there is a folder present with the same name as the last part of the table name use that folder.
         *
         * @param array $params
         * @param BackendUserAuthentication $backendUserAuthentication
         * @return Folder
         */
        public function getDefaultUploadFolder($params, BackendUserAuthentication $backendUserAuthentication) {

                /** @var Folder $uploadFolder */
                $uploadFolder = $params['uploadFolder'];
                $pid = $params['pid'];
                $table = $params['table'];
                $field = $params['field'];

                $matches = [];
                if (!empty($uploadFolder) && preg_match('/_([a-z]+)$/', $table, $matches)) {
                        $folderName = $matches[1];
                        if ($uploadFolder->hasFolder($folderName)) {
                                $uploadFolder = $uploadFolder->getSubfolder($folderName);
                        }
                }
                return $uploadFolder;
        }
}