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Adding extention behind uploaded file

Thread began 3/16/2010 11:59 am by michel336265 | Last modified 3/16/2010 2:36 pm by Jimmy Wu | 560 views | 1 replies |


Adding extention behind uploaded file


When I use digital file upload to send a file to the server it automaticly add an extention behind it. For example when I upload image1.jpg on the server it will be image1.jpg.jpg

Because off this no images are there to show.

Please help to fix this error where am I going wrong??



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Jimmy Wu

Is the actual file being changed to be image1.jpg.jpg or is it only the value being returned and stored in the database?

If its the value being stored in the database, make sure that in the file input on step 2 of the wizard, make sure you are not adding .jpg in there. It should be [FileName], not [FileName].jpg

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