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Thread began 12/20/2011 11:57 am by dave315749 | Last modified 12/20/2011 12:05 pm by dave315749 | 464 views | 1 replies

dave315749

Upload file from recordset

Hello,

I see that the UE4 has the digital file pro features in it. And there is a option to trigger a upload by page load.

Id like to set it up so that on a page load a image gets uploaded that gets pulled from a directory.

Directory 1 holds images

1. Php loads directory 1 images, files names are held in the DB and loaded.
2. on the load of the php page the file names are loaded from the DB and the images are in directory 1.
3. the upload is triggered and using the filenames from the DB and directory 1 the files are now uploaded to directory 2.


The problem is it looks like it needs to have a upload field to upload a file.

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