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Creating Dynamic Upload Folders

Thread began 6/15/2011 4:21 pm by Jenny I | Last modified 6/23/2011 1:28 pm by Jenny I | 1937 views | 12 replies

Jenny I

More Problems

I decided to totally scrap the idea of a dynamic folder for now and have reverted back to uploading into a staic image folder.

However I am having further problems. My server validations have stopped working and DFP upload does not work at all. At first my validation was telling me that the file was exceeded the max file size I set. This was not the case. Now it does not work at all. I can only update and insert if I do not upload an image. Could this be because I am using file manager in the same form.

Secondly on update pages, file manager loses its value unless I upload again. Do I need to set a hidden field to store the value like I do on DFP?

I have attached my pages.

Your help is greatly appreciated

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