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Deleting files with Digital File Pro

Thread began 11/11/2011 7:19 am by smorin315817 | Last modified 11/11/2011 8:43 am by smorin315817 | 1085 views | 1 replies


Deleting files with Digital File Pro

I have a very simple application. I have used Digital File Pro to upload a pdf to a folder on the server. I also need to be able to go in and delete that file if necessary. Is there like a recipe or simple solution. I see there is a delete option in Digital File Pro but don't know how to apply it. I am not inserting any data into a database, just upload a file, then need to look at what I have uploaded and delete older pdfs.

Basically they are pdf calendars.. We want to keep at least a year available, but we will be deleting them. Plus I can see someone uploading a file and then making some edits and re-uploading the file up and wanting to delete the current file. Thanks for any help!

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