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WAFV... error - Client Validation Wizard

Thread began 6/06/2011 11:32 am by Dennis | Last modified 6/09/2011 9:56 am by Dennis | 1285 views | 9 replies


WAFV... error - Client Validation Wizard


I have created a form for members to upload photo's. I would like to make the file field required. I have used Spry to validate all the other fields in the form. It appears to me that the WA Client Validation tool is what I would use for this (validateing file field).

Would you agree that that is the appropriate tool?

When I attempt to use the tool I get numerous WAFV... JavaScript errors. I have tried after deleting the DW cache file.

I also have some questions regarding the File Manipulation Wizard, I am not sure when to post it, I don't have a clue which of most of the WA products I have that it belongs to. If this is the wrong place please direct me to the correct forum.

I would like to rename the uploaded files to something like photo_001, photo_002, etc so that thw photos become anonymous, how might I do that?

What is, and how would you use the "Default file" field displayed at Step 2 of 2 (Specify file output options) of the File Manipulation Wizard? See attachment screen shot.

How might I update a database column with the renamed file name?
Disregard the above question. It is answered in a step I missed in your document "Adding Digital File Pro to DataAssist..."

Also attached is a screen shot of the error and the page I am working with.


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