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Proper Syntax for 'UploadFolder' =>

Thread began 7/12/2010 11:56 pm by paulshoe379536 | Last modified 7/13/2010 2:12 pm by Jimmy Wu | 407 views | 1 replies |


Proper Syntax for 'UploadFolder' =>

What is the proper syntax for the 'UploadFolder' => ? If I use a variable like $_SESSION['location'] the widget puts double quotes around the variable and I get a parse error from PHP when I try to run it. If I manually remove the quotes, the file is uploaded to the proper location but the next time I open the widget it removes my session variable.

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Jimmy Wu

Inside the wizard you would want to input something like this into the field:
<?php echo $_SESSION['location']; ?>

You could also accomplish this by clicking on the lightning bolt icon next to the field and selecting the session variable you want to use.

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