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Multi insert and image upload

Thread began 5/30/2010 5:06 pm by Cologne | Last modified 6/01/2010 2:46 pm by Eric Mittman | 511 views | 1 replies |


Multi insert and image upload


can somebody help me to get am multi image upload running.

A multi insert in my database works. but where do I place the DFP upload behavior?

Can it be, that, if I want to edit the multi insert behavior, the formfields are gone? There is only the button left :-(

Thanks a lot,

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Eric Mittman

The upload file server behavior is not going to work with repeated elements in a form. If the file fields will have dynamic names then you will need to account for this by using the dynamic names in the upload server behavior. There needs to be a File Upload server behavior for each of the file fields that will be in the form. You would want the uploads to occur before the inserts do. Then in the inserts you would need to make use of the upload bindings and the server file name.

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