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inserting image file name and server file name into db

Thread began 10/01/2009 7:12 am by julie.skelton390139 | Last modified 11/03/2009 6:09 pm by julie.skelton390139 | 5939 views | 12 replies


inserting image file name and server file name into db

I have created the admin pages using DataAssist and set up an image upload from the insert record page using DFP2. I followed the instructions in the help pdf dfp_da_insert_update_ht.pdf However the instructions do not give full details of how/what to put in the server behavior field under the column for my image thumbnail field in the database. Setting the value to <?php echo $WA_DFP_UploadStatus["WA_UploadResult1"]["serverFileName"]; ?> works great for the main image, however as I have set up the upload to work from one upload automatically creating the thumb image (renaming the file to picname_thumb.jpg) I don't know what to enter for the value of the server behavior to make it add the _thumb bit which is automatically added.

So to summarize the pic is uploading correctly and automatically creatiing a _thumb version from the one upload, and the file name is being inserted into the database main pic field correctly however I don't know how to get it to add the _thumb filename into the thumb filename field of the database

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