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Upload with Dynamic Dimensions Entered

Thread began 7/21/2011 7:14 am by martin400112 | Last modified 7/21/2011 12:22 pm by martin400112 | 631 views | 2 replies


Upload with Dynamic Dimensions Entered


I have a problem with uploading files via an Insert for on one of my sites whilst using a recordset to determine the width and height settings of the image to upload. I have attached the file in question.

In a nutshell, the form works perfectly with all the data added to the database, but the upload script fails to upload the image when the dimensions are set with the recordset.

Also, when an image is uploaded with static dimensions added (which may be different to that of the image to be uploaded), the image is not resized how I want it to be. Is it possible for an image to be forced into the dimensions (up or down scaling) accordingly?

Any ideas?



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