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get unique id

Thread began 1/16/2011 4:38 pm by davidp420108 | Last modified 1/17/2011 5:30 pm by davidp420108 | 812 views | 2 replies

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get unique id

Is it possible to get the unique ID of the record and insert it into mkdir() command to create a sub folder that is the new ID of the account, before the new record is created?

for example

New record is created and the photo is uploaded to the directory/sub folder that is named the same as the ID auto generated. All done with the same insert record funtion on the same page

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