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Thread began 8/09/2009 1:02 pm by dnys04173367569 | Last modified 8/10/2009 12:16 pm by dnys04173367569 | 1032 views | 1 replies


Digital File Pro

I am currently on Digital File Pro version 1.1.3

Currently I am working on an Admin backend to a new website and I am looking to upload product images into my database.

I can currently upload the actual filename of the image, however, the database is not storing the actual location of the image file.

i.e. the database stores the image name 1.jpg using the [filename] default

but i wish the actual location to be stored with the filename i.e. images/productShots/images/small/1.jpg

but I have been unable to get the Insert Records Server Behaviors to accept this. Any help in this matter would be useful.

My second question is - Using Digital File Pro, is there any way to store an actual image in a BLOB field within the mysql database. As I am also looking to store images in the future within the database itself.

Any help in these two matter would be very helpful.



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