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renames JPG to jpg

Thread began 5/04/2010 6:55 am by info97301 | Last modified 5/21/2010 1:41 am by info97301 | 1868 views | 13 replies

Jimmy Wu

Originally Said By: bjgarner241692
  I am having the exact same problem. In my case, it is on an UPDATE page so the server file name is no good for updating the recordset because the only way I can reliably make an update page work with DFP is to have the user copy the filename from the Select Box to the field which actually updates the db. They copy and paste a filename with JPG but DFP uploads a file with jpg.

Why is DFP changing this when most webservers are going to recognize image.jpg and image.JPG as two separate files?  



You can insert the image name using the bindings created by Digital File Pro for the Server File Name to insert the correct name. Uploading the file or copying it over to the correct upload directory is causing the .JPG to be converted to lowercase. Unfortunately the process cannot be changed, so the way the name is stored in the database has to be changed instead.

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