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How do you store image path to database?

Thread began 4/30/2009 8:37 pm by mkondakow248259 | Last modified 5/04/2009 2:33 pm by mkondakow248259 | 6858 views | 9 replies

Danilo Celic

In some circumstances, the folder won't be created. In fact this is one of the fixes that will be in the next update of Digital File Pro V1. Sorry I can't give any dates as testing is still underway.

However, if you open up this file:

And go down to the bottom and look for the rootRelativeToFullFileURLfunction and replace it with the following:
function rootRelativeToFullFileURL($folderPath){
if(strpos($folderPath, "/") === 0){
$scriptName = $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'];
$currentFilePath = realpath(basename($scriptName));
$replaceBackSlash = preg_replace('/\\\/', '/', $currentFilePath);
$scriptNameRegEx = "/".preg_replace("/\\//", "\\/", $scriptName)."$/";
$folderPath = preg_replace($scriptNameRegEx,"", $replaceBackSlash).$folderPath;
$separator= WA_DFP_GetFileSeparator();
// Use correct separator
$origFolderPath = preg_replace('/\\\|\\//', $separator, $folderPath);
$folderPath = realpath('./').$separator.$origFolderPath;
// drop any trailing slash, as realpath doesn't return it either.
$folderPath = preg_replace("/\\".$separator."$/", "", $folderPath);
return $folderPath;

That should help make sure the folder is getting created. If not, then please do log a support incident as your specific setting may lead to a different issue.

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