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Can File Manager do the following...

Thread began 9/09/2011 6:54 pm by danny405167 | Last modified 9/12/2011 1:01 pm by Jason Byrnes | 550 views | 1 replies |

danny405167

Can File Manager do the following...

Besides uploading the image file, can file manager in HTML Editor 3 enter into the database the name of the image file and image extension type? My images are uploading but is it not entering the name of the image file and extension.

I do not have a problem when I use the Upload file server behavior but when I convert my file form field to file manager type, the images are uploading but it does not enter the image file name and extension type.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the file manager will pass the path and file name of the uploaded file as a part of the post, it will not pass the file extenmsion, you will need custom coding to get the file extension.


to store the path and file name, you will need to edit the insert record server behavior, bind the image database column to the images form element.

use the following code for the value of the extension column:

php:
<?php echo((isset($_POST["images"]))?substr($_POST["images"],-33):""?>
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