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Thread began 7/30/2010 3:23 pm by jaytalley266488 | Last modified 12/07/2010 11:08 am by jaytalley266488 | 5054 views | 46 replies


The file i've been trying is only 3.5kb...very small. I had the restrictions set to 512k, so my file should have been uploaded fine. I took off the restriction just to rule that out, and the file uploaded fine. I also took off the "web photo only" restriction, so i'm not sure which did the trick, but the file was uploaded. If it was the file size restriction preventing the upload, this concerns me that it's not reading the file correctly and removing the size limitation would create a real problem for us. I will test further to see which feature was preventing the upload of such a small .jpg file.

I am trying to write the file to the database so that the location of the file is written with the dynamic data. I need to have ../../Uploads/ in front of the file name. How would i type that in the Upload to/File Name: section? I wasn't sure if it's as simple as placing the ../../Uploads/ in front of the dynamic reference. thanks Jason.

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