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Thread began 5/20/2011 7:47 am by Sally | Last modified 5/26/2011 4:31 pm by Sally | 1785 views | 5 replies


Thanks for your help Jason.

Everything went very well except for two issues in the form that uploads and inserts into a database.

1) One of the form fields is a list field of three items and before the item selected was inserted in the database and appeared on the grid of files as the document Type. Now the word 'array' appears. I can send you the file if it makes it easier to troubleshoot. But all I changed was the form design, including adding html to the comments field (but not the list field).

2) I sent out four messages, each with a file, and they all attached to the email and inserted into the database. But when I go to the site to click on the file and view it, one of them says "Access Denied". I've checked and the file is there on the site and the path is correct - it's the same as the other paths. So I'm a bit stumped on how to trouble shoot this. Any ideas would be appreciated.

All of the other forms that I inserted the HTML editor in work fine.

UPDATE: Forget #2. For some reason the file permissions were different on that one. Got it fixed. But I still need help with getting the Type field to display the selection instead of 'array'. Thanks.

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