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Digital File Pro 1.1.3

Thread began 7/30/2010 3:23 pm by jaytalley266488 | Last modified 12/07/2010 11:08 am by jaytalley266488 | 5023 views | 46 replies


It does not upload at all. I do need for it to upload to a specific name...namely the id value, but at this point I would be happy to get it to upload a file... any file. After that I can generally tweak my way to get it to work.

the first issue is see is in the Update Record behavior, you have not bound the image file name column to the WA Uploaded Files (Field Field Name) -> Server file name binding
Is this neccessary to get it to upload the file. If so do you have any literature you can refer me to or send me the adjusted coding to plug in. I can usually figure out the rest. I've read the PDF for Digital File Pro, but it seems to be for 2.0. I tried upgrading, but I don't see it available anymore.

I actually have the same set up for another set of admin pages (ZIP attached). It connects to the same database but references another table. The set up steps were the same. I go to the wizard, and it generates the code for me, and it works. I try the same steps for these update pages, and it's not working. I've done these for roughly 10 projects now, and this is the thing I'm always crossing my fingers for it to work. It often doesn't work right away, but I've been able to get it to work by tweaking.

Again, the attachment is of a working update/file upload page.

Thanks Jason

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