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Inserting file name in database

Thread began 10/18/2009 10:15 am by roger.mealey391472 | Last modified 10/19/2009 12:57 pm by roger.mealey391472 | 2183 views | 9 replies


Hi Martin,

3D-Sodoku, now that's a good description!

Yes, I'm using phpMyAdmin with MySql. Most of the functionality is done with custom php except where it was just easier to use the Dreamweaver behaviors. I figured buying the Digital File Pro would be well worth the time savings but I've got to get it to store the filename.

In reading some of the forum info before buying it I saw where people were doing it so I thought it had that functionality built-in.

All of the other columns in the form are inserting fine and the images are uploading correctly, so everything else is working good. I'm able to retrieve the data from the database so everything's good there too.

Any suggestions?



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