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Thread began 6/13/2010 4:48 am by i.edwards384429 | Last modified 6/18/2010 9:39 am by i.edwards384429 | 3687 views | 14 replies

i.edwards384429

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Hi Jason

I have made some progress in that from the usersregistration I can now upload images.

The users profile is proving difficult.

This is waht I did


I first added a line to the table

and then inserted a text field.

I used ctrl T and changed the input type to hidden.
the code for this icon is :
<input type="hidden" name="textfield" id="textfield">


I placed my curser next to the hidden filed and added a form file field field with an ID of UserImage.

The selected insert---wa---file manipulation---file upload and set the default directory to images/ on page 2

Here's where I think I'm going wrong

I press the lightening bolt next to default file

I scrolled down to find the form field called texfield


Under WATKUpdateform I see listed the textfield whiuch I highlighted and clicked Ok

I then selected the behavior update record

selected userImage

and then clicked the lightening bolt to scroll down.

I see two entries

1.Uplod files global status

2. Upload files user image

I selected the second and highlighted

Server file name


Clicked OK

If I the preview and uplaod a file then the file uploaded with the sequence in User Registrationn is deleted and no mofified entry is added into the database. However the image is uploaded


Any ideas, I know it's me ;-)

thanks

Ian

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