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Upload image file not working

Thread began 4/09/2009 5:14 am by roby258376 | Last modified 4/13/2009 8:14 am by roby258376 | 4650 views | 19 replies


Well, it seems that prior to removing the server behaviour that was generated by Security Assist, and replacing it with the one from site Assist, the image was being uploaded and renamed in the folder that I designated in the Digital File Pro Wizard. However, the database field was not being updated with the file name information, so nothing was showing up on my pages for the image.

Now that I've deleted the Security Assist server behaviour and generated one with Site Assist, I'm not getting an update to the database and the image is not being uploaded either. All the other database fields update, but when I browse for a new image and then click submit. The page reloads and the new information is no where to be found.

I've tried setting permission but that doesn't seem to be helping either.

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