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Variable image path on image upload

Thread began 1/11/2011 4:06 am by info358712 | Last modified 1/11/2011 11:50 am by Willi Schneider | 972 views | 2 replies |

info358712

Variable image path on image upload

Hi,

I'm trying to dynamicly change the location where images are uploaded to depending on a different user logging on the the application.

With my current settings everything is working fine but all images are stored into the same folder on the server. The intention is that each user can work with his own image files without having to look for them between other users images.

The differtent paths for the different users will be created automaticly and set to 777 rights.

I would like to achieve something like this:
$Config['UserFilesPath'] = 'http://77.73.100.85/Mailing/Nieuw/Media/userfiles/' . $row_sessie["UserId"] . "/";
$Config['UserFilesPath'] = $EditorAssumedRoot.$Config['UserFilesPath'];


$Config['UserFilesAbsolutePath'] = '/var/www/vhosts/xentrographics.be/httpdocs/Mailing/Nieuw/Media/userfiles/' . $row_sessie["UserId"] . "/";
if (isset($_SERVER['APPL_PHYSICAL_PATH'])) {
$Config['UserFilesAbsolutePath'] = str_replace("\\","/",$_SERVER['APPL_PHYSICAL_PATH']) . substr($Config['UserFilesPath'],1);
}

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

when the user logs in, the ID should be stored in a ession variable. Use the UserdID session variable in the path rather than the recordset.

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Willi Schneider

Hi

You could also check this thread for a working solution:

showthread.php?t=15851

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