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Stumped by tutorial on how to create a file upload using DataAssist

Thread began 5/08/2018 5:34 pm by tmcbinc99963 | Last modified 6/06/2018 1:29 pm by tmcbinc99963 | 405 views | 27 replies

tmcbinc99963

There are three file uploads on the Insert admin page.

The image file upload works correctly - adds an 'image.jpeg' file to the images directory along with the image name into the new record.

There are two other file uploads that are supposed to insert a pdf into the images/data sheets/... directory and add the image name into the new record.

No images are added to the data sheets directory. It adds a file name to the Db, but the wrong one ('image.jpeg' file name rather than the pdf file name).

There are image upload server behaviors for all three, and the three columns are listed in the wizard, along with the same binding 'server file name.'

Shouldn't one insert record server behavior work for all three, in that they're all inserting data into the same table? Don't know why the images aren't uploading, though I'm unsure about what to enter in certain fields in the file upload wizard.

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