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How to delete old file on update

Thread began 3/24/2010 7:50 am by Raul | Last modified 3/24/2010 8:32 pm by Eric Mittman | 955 views | 3 replies |

Raul

How to delete old file on update

I search in the forum but didn´t find it.

How can I delete the old file (or image) when I update a record with a new file (or image)?

Thank you

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Eric Mittman

You just need to use the Digital File Pro delete file server behavior. Just go to Server Behaviors > Digital File Pro > Delete Files to apply this on your update page. You should have a recordset on the page that holds the name of the file, then you can use this recordset binding as the value for the file that you would like to delete.

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John LangerBeta Tester

If you have UE4 installed then that's Server Behaviors> webassist> file manipulation> delete file. :)

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Eric Mittman

Thanks for that John, I was not thinking about it from the perspective of UE4.

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