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Problem with Registration form bindings.

Thread began 4/06/2020 1:42 pm by balexander389215 | Last modified 4/10/2020 11:17 am by balexander389215 | 116 views | 24 replies

balexander389215

Hey Ray,

My update form works well, when I go to it all the boxes fill in showing me what is stored in the DB for these fields and I can update with no problems. One thing though is the image upload fields.There is nothing showing me what if anything is stored in these locations.

The code looks like this:
;\\ <div class="fullColumnGroup"><label for="venue_image" class="sublabel" >Logo Image:</label>
<input name="venue_image" type="file" id="venue_image" size="30" tabindex="8">

I tried a simply dynamic text entry but it comes up blank even though there is a file stored in the DB. So I thought I'd try something more elaborate and added the code below, not to use as an input simply as a display of the image file stored in the DB.

<input id="venue_image" name="venue_image" type="text" value="<?php echo((isset($_GET["invalid"])?ValidatedField("venueupdate","venue_image"):"".$WADAvenue_update->getColumnVal("venue_image") ."")); ?>" class="formTextfield_Medium">

It did not work either so now I'm wondering if there is any way to display just the filename not the image.

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