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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 | 1217 views | 7 replies

Jared Lui

I've followed that and I think it's where my confusion lies.

In the second half of the tutorial where it describes adding the function to the update page it refers to the insert page several times, is this correct or a typo? See the bolded type below:

Applying Digital File Pro to your Update page
With your Insert page complete, you now need to do the same with the Update page. The process is similar, but requires an additional step.
Creating the file field
Use the following instructions for creating this field for your Insert page.
1.
From the Dreamweaver Files panel, open your DataAssist Insert or Update page.
2.
Select the field you want to replace with a file upload field.
3.
On your keyboard, press Ctrl (Cmd) + T. This displays the Quick Tag Editor.
4.
Change <input type=”text”> to <input type=”hidden”>.
Note: This is done to allow us to display the value for the form field that is currently entered into the database.
5.
Place your cursor beside the hidden form field icon.
6.
Choose the File field option from Forms category of the Insert bar.
7.
Place your cursor in the ID field and enter an id for this field.
8.
Leave the Label field blank.
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9.
Click OK.
Applying Digital File Pro
Next you will want to apply the Digital File Pro Upload behavior to your new file field.
10.
In Dreamweaver, open the Insert page.

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