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a file upload and an image upload on the same form...problems!

Thread began 6/05/2011 3:52 am by m.finelli420407 | Last modified 6/06/2011 10:52 am by Jason Byrnes | 2041 views | 2 replies |


a file upload and an image upload on the same form...problems!

Helo there,
I've an Operator_Insert page (created with Data Assist) where I have two field: CV and Image. The first one will permit the user to upload a cv (doc, pdf or txt format), where "Image" permit the user to add a picture of him.

Testing the matter I see that the cv upload works, but the image don't.
On the code point of view both are correct (<img src="images/photocv/<? php echo $row_WADAcv['Photo']; ?" /> and <a href="curriculum/<?php echo $row_WADAcv['Curriculum']; ?" />) but on a live page I can download the cv but I have a blank image.

I've checked the image properties through the web and I saw that it takes the same extetion of the cv field.
To clarify:
Looking at the code inspector with Chrome, the image path is:

So, is there an option to have two different upload behaviour that permit me to upload two different type of files on a same from without having such troubles?


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I looked back to the code again and I discovered that I wrongly attached the same Upload behaviour (the one for the cv) also to the Image field.
Now, properly set, everything is working like a breeze!.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

glad to hear it is working.

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