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Help With Image Upload To Server

Thread began 7/13/2011 6:44 pm by drew.shever427850 | Last modified 7/14/2011 11:25 am by drew.shever427850 | 593 views | 2 replies

drew.shever427850

Help With Image Upload To Server

Hello, I am currently building a website and I am using Data Assist to import a MySQL product catalog in which I have all my products listed. I used Data assist to make my update, insert, delete, results etc. pages and I am on the part configuring the update and insert pages to put the product images on my website server and database. I have followed the Adding Digital File Pro to DataAssit Insert and Update pages guide numerous times but keep coming up with the same problem. Right Now, I have got to the point where the name of the Image displays in my database and the image also show up on my server but it shows up as 0 KB. So basically it is just uploading the Image name to the server and not the image file, I realize that you want this for the database but for the server, I need the actual file placed on it. I don't think it is the image because I have tried multiple image files and they all do the same thing.
I attached a .txt file with my update.php page code in it.

Thanks and I greatly appreciate all the help!

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updatephp.txt

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