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Digital File Pro (UE 4.0.1) | Using Database ID to Create the Name

Thread began 3/31/2011 9:58 pm by codamedia | Last modified 4/01/2011 6:02 pm by codamedia | 990 views | 4 replies

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Digital File Pro (UE 4.0.1) | Using Database ID to Create the Name

For the most part, I keep my image names very simple during uploads. I don't allow user input, I just capture the image and build the name based on the database id.

EG: <database_id>_thumb.jpg, and/or <database_id>_detail.jpg

Getting the latter end of these names is simple, but I am having a hard time with capturing the database_id.

1: Is this possible within the "Digital File Pro" upload dialog box or do I need to custom code this?

2: For an update it would be simple because the database_id already exists, but how would I capture the ID during an insert?

3: Am I better off creating a Data Assist insert, or can this work with a simple Dreamweaver insert (or more often than not, custom forms) as well?

For the record, I am coming from Kollection/ADDT which managed this from the dialog. I'm more than willing to learn a new way, I just need a little guidance :) Thanks.

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