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update a record that has a file field

Thread began 1/27/2012 6:05 pm by ericbass213433382 | Last modified 1/30/2012 9:27 am by Jason Byrnes | 499 views | 1 replies |

ericbass213433382

update a record that has a file field

Hey Jason!

Im trying to figure out how to edit the file field in an
update a single row (dataassist). right now it puts in in a new record.

Also, when completed goes to orderedit.php.

Want it to be orderedit.php?clientID=whatever <=== Example

Thanks in advance

Eric

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on your page, you currently have both an insert record behavior and an update record behavior, you need to use only the update record behavior.

in the update record behavior, you have bound the file column to the file field in the form, you need to use the Uploaded Files -> Server File Name binding instead.


you can add querystring variables to your redirect links in the update record behavior. Click the folder icon next to the go to page setting, select the go to page, then click the parameters button, set the name to "clientID" the select the data binding you wish to use for the value.

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