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Thread began 5/30/2012 5:50 pm by rayne202093 | Last modified 8/08/2012 5:09 pm by rayne202093 | 2721 views | 16 replies


download counter

I want to use digital file pro to handle the downloading of one file to customers who log in to see the link. I can do all the log in code and get the customer to the download page, but had a question about how the download counter works.

Does the download counter (update download count in database) keep count of how many times an individual person (identified through a session variable) downloaded the file or is it just a global count of how many times the file has been downloaded?

If it doesn't keep a count of how many times a single person downloads the file, is it possible to write the session variable of the person into the download counter table every time he downloads the file?


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