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file upload case and lower case file name

Thread began 10/02/2012 5:02 am by Massimo | Last modified 10/08/2012 7:25 am by Massimo | 1361 views | 6 replies |

Massimo

file upload case and lower case file name

my customer image have a case file extension:

myimage.JPG

when I upload file from file field in my dB are stored lower case:

myimage.jpg

but in server it remains case

myimage.JPG

How I can solve? Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the webassist/file_manipulation/helperphp.php file, change the following line:

php:
$extension = isset($path_parts['extension']) ? $path_parts['extension'] : '';



to:

php:
$extension = isset($path_parts['extension']) ? strtolower($path_parts['extension']) : '';
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Massimo

I was confused. I was wrong example

I have:

MYimage.JPG

when I upload file from file field in my dB are stored same:

MYimage.JPG

but in server only file extension is stored lower case so:

MYimage.jpg

and I don't know if my customer use case or lower case extension

How I can solve? Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

can you send a copy of your page please?

the server file name should use the same case as the file created on the server.

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Massimo

this is the file

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the insert record behavior, you have bound the image column to the image form element.

In the bindings panel, there is a collection for WA Uploaded File (image), expand this collection and use the server file name binding instead.

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Massimo

thanks. Now work

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