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Thread began 6/04/2010 10:56 pm by anita_vlcek298513 | Last modified 6/05/2010 4:41 am by anita_vlcek298513 | 1024 views | 2 replies


Originally Said By: anita_vlcek298513

I'm using DataAssist for the first time and can't figure out how to upload an image through the insert page. The only form elements offered are text field, text area, menu, etc. but no file upload option.

How can I use DataAssist to upload an image to my database?

Thanks so much in advance for any help!  

You might also want to consider designing your form outside of the Wizard and then simply applying the Insert / Update server behaviour. I find this to be a much tidier way of working.

But yes, as Brian has already said you will need DFP 2.0 or Universal Email 4 for the file upload facility.


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