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Upload working, but sending to wrong directory.

Thread began 5/05/2010 3:31 pm by tom92909 | Last modified 5/13/2010 4:35 pm by tom92909 | 1616 views | 10 replies

tom92909Beta Tester

I tried what you suggested and nothing uploaded at all...

I tried the following and a ../Gallery directory was created and the files were stored in this new directory.

'UploadFolder' => "../Gallery".$row_getGalleries['gallery_id']  ."/",

Progress I guess...but the problem is the directory creation completely omitted the trailing gallery_id number. I need the script to create a directory that includes the ID number from the query as part of the new directory.

The directory can either be created by the upload or I can create the directory prior to the upload, it makes no difference to me. I can perform which ever action is required, I just can't seem to get the upload to function the way the code is written.

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