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Creating Hyperlink in DB with Digital File Pro

Thread began 8/07/2010 10:44 am by jaytalley266488 | Last modified 8/07/2010 11:40 pm by anonymous | 452 views | 1 replies |

jaytalley266488

Creating Hyperlink in DB with Digital File Pro

I'm using digital file pro 1.1.3 and am trying to combine url address and the file name created in digital file pro upload wizard. I want the WA server behavior to write the uploaded file to the db as follows - FileName.jpg

the goal is to dynamically display a client's uploaded image from the recordset so the db must have the address to the image.

Can anyone help me and tell me how to join the url prefix info with the file name in the upload wizard file name field? thanks much for your help!

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anonymous

Jay,

I rarely append the actual address to the stored file name in the DB. I actually just call the address wherever I am going to display the image. For example, if the image file you are uploading is in the folder UserImages, I would just have call the folder right in the image tag where it will be displayed like this:

<img src="UserImages/<?php echo $row_queryName['PicColumn']; ?>" />

If you still want to append the URL, I am sure I could tell you how but I would need to see the code generated from DFP 1 since I am using DFP 2, I cannot even remember what was generated in DFP 1. But, I do know that you could concatenate the URL and folder path before the image.

Best regards,

Brian

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