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How to Update Image with 3 resizes?

Thread began 8/02/2010 10:08 am by anonymous | Last modified 8/05/2010 10:41 am by anonymous | 782 views | 6 replies

anonymous

How to Update Image with 3 resizes?

Hi,

I've used the FileUpload SB in my insert form to upload and resize an image. There are 3 files generated (the image itself, initial size and name....a smaller image renamed with _main....and a thumbnail image renamed with _thumb). Each of these is being re sized properly and is inserted into their respective field in the database.

So far so good. Now I need to update all three images in the database and on the server and am having trouble.

I followed the instructions for adding a single image update in an update form using the hidden field, but how do I update the _main and _thumb images as well in same update? Do I need to have 3 separate file upload controls or can the SB handle updating all three just like on insert?

I need to be able to delete the original files also, once the 3 files are updates and uploaded.

Thanks for the great support and I'm sure it's something simple that I haven't figured out yet.

Tony

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