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No File Uploaded: Help please

Thread began 5/19/2009 4:40 pm by dreamweaver41056 | Last modified 5/27/2009 12:22 pm by dreamweaver41056 | 11337 views | 31 replies


Fresh start

I moved the entire project to a sub-domain, built a new set of DataAssist pages, added file field, added file upload to form, bound the server file name to file field, and now the page writes to the db and uploads the file to the folder on the server.

One remaining problem, however, is the default file glitch. Even though I told the wizard the default file and location it did not write that info to the php code. I added the file name and location manually and ran my page without uploading a file and no file name was populated.

So I ran the wizard again and this time it populated its forms with the default file, etc. and after posting the wizard the statement remained in the code but the page still does not write the default file when no file is uploaded.

Is there a work-around now for the default file glitch? Or a patch?

Thanks for all of your help, Ray.

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