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Image not uploading after record is created

Thread began 12/03/2009 1:48 pm by crespo7271184 | Last modified 1/18/2010 1:23 pm by crespo7271184 | 2627 views | 19 replies

Robert Crespo

Image not uploading after record is created

I have two issues. The first issue has to do with the Digital File Pro 2 upload server behavior. All of the data on my form is uploaded correctly except for the images. Neither the image nor the image name is saved to the database. This has been a source of intense frustration since the upload server behavior worked just fine is Digital File Pro 1. Scouring the WebAssist forums took me down a lot of dead ends.

Issue number 2 revolves around the update server behavior. While testing my form out I discovered that when I updated a page it destroyed the image record. (These are pre-existing images in the database and not the result of a successful image file upload)

Upon further examination, I discovered that the Digital File Pro DefaultFileName is not being set after clicking the "lighting bolt" on the Default File field. Obviously, there is something seriously wrong here that makes me want to just downgrade to version 1 of the software. I have tried that already only have run into more errors that it was worth which why I reinstalled version 2 again.

If someone at WebAssist can help me I would appreciate it as I am already behind schedule with a clients website.

Thank you,
Robert Crespo
RC Enterprises

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