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Multiple File upload and insert from single form

Thread began 2/22/2012 7:04 pm by jacob339944 | Last modified 2/23/2012 11:18 am by jacob339944 | 1672 views | 1 replies

jacob339944

Multiple File upload and insert from single form

I found a thread that seemed to address the same situation I just found myself in. I have a single form where I need to upload multiple files and insert them as individual records in the database. I tried this to avail. Was wondering if you could take a look and see if I messed anything up. Here is the thread: showthread.php?t=21498

It uploads and inserts the first file, but then nothing, not uploading or inserting the other four files.

It's late, I'm tired and I can't see anything that appears wrong. Thanks for your help.

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Files_Insert_multi.php.zip

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