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pictures uploading but not showing up

Thread began 5/13/2009 6:12 pm by muddysmurf | Last modified 5/14/2009 10:51 am by muddysmurf | 6486 views | 11 replies


I meant columns. I was half asleep writing that last night since I had been working on that project for a while. My table is called used. I have columns inside that table called Name, Description, smallImg_used, largeImg_used.

I have a recordset on my used inventory page that is calling out this Used table, and posting all of the inventory, newest first on this page.

Now, I used DataAssist to create the backend for the client to upload used inventory, instead of me. I have a results, Insert, Delete, and Update page for this.

Now, I went to the insert page, and first went to the thumbnail (smallImg_used) text field. I deleted that, and inserted an upload input field. I then added the DFP2 Upload server behavior. I have the DFP2 making two images out of the one picture uploaded (hoping that the client only has to upload this same image one time).

The pictures are going into an image folder once created. Just NOT listing as text inside the database column. Hence the reason it's not showing up live.

Now, when I got to insert used inventory, I put in a Name, Description, and upload an image. It inserts this into my database..sorta. I places the Name in the Name column, the description into the Description column, but it doesn't place the image / or image name into my small and large image columns.

Inside the actual page, I have the img src="../images/imagecache/<whatever the php sql from the recordset is here to call out the image for the respective small and large>

I would think this would work...since if I hadn't set the upload input field here, if i had of left it text, and actually wrote picture_thumb.jpg and picture_large.jpg inside the text field and hit insert, then uploaded the image to the folder, I wouldn't have any problem because thats the way i've been doing it before I started to create the backend.

Like I said, it's uploading the two images. There just seems to be something missing to keep it from listing the picture_thumb.jpg and picture_large.jpg inside the respective columns in the database.

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