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How do you store image path to database?

Thread began 4/30/2009 5:37 pm by mkondakow248259 | Last modified 5/04/2009 11:33 am by mkondakow248259 | 10723 views | 9 replies


Thanks Ian
That is a great suggestion.

Do you know if DFP will create a new directory if it doesn't exsist yet on the server?

I tried an expieriment, made a directory called images. Followed the DFP wizard and my file was upload to directory images.
Now if i remove the directory and try the whole process again DFP does not create the requested directory called images.
Is this another feature that DFP not do?

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