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File Manipulation: Upload Wizard - image overwriting issue

Thread began 7/07/2011 10:27 am by Jared Lui | Last modified 7/12/2011 3:23 pm by Jared Lui | 1458 views | 7 replies

Jared Lui

File Manipulation: Upload Wizard - image overwriting issue

I have retrofitted an insert and update form with the File Manipulation: Upload Wizard. I can upload the images into my database just fine.

My issue is with the update page. I simply copied over the code from the insert page into the update page. I know that I now need to modify the code for the update page somehow so that when I make changes and submit the form that do not involve the file upload section, it doesn't change the file in the database. Basically I want it so that if I do not touch the Browse button to update the current file that nothing happens with that behavior and only the parts of the form that is changed, update the database.

Maybe I need to make this a separate form? I need advice. Let me know what info you'll need and I'll provide it.

Thanks in advance.

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