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Uploading files on a update form.

Thread began 3/07/2014 2:57 pm by The Flying Fox | Last modified 6/04/2014 11:24 am by The Flying Fox | 837 views | 13 replies

The Flying Fox

Uploading files on a update form.

I have a update form which has a upload file field

this is for insurance documents to be uploaded

My file field has a hidden field.

file field name = insurance
hidden field = new_insurance

I have tried to follow the tutorial but this doesn't seem to work for me

I have the hidden field bound to the file column in my recordset.

in the upload file behavior, I have bound the Default file field to the hidden field.

when I run the update all I get in the database is the file extension

Can someone explain where I'm going wrong..

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