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Image Insert into database issue after using DataBridge

Thread began 10/25/2012 6:12 am by info441120 | Last modified 10/26/2012 10:09 pm by info441120 | 1303 views | 4 replies |


Image Insert into database issue after using DataBridge

Good evening all

Well I am starting to pull my hair out. I have an upload file to my database. Data uploads but my image only does half the job. The img uploads to the image folder, but doesn't display as it is not getting written into the database. I went through the tutorials on how to change your form to take care of images. NO Joy.

I now have the second problem that when I update a record it is resetting the "prod_ID to 0". Not sure why this happening.

I will upload my source code, to see if anybody can notice the obvious.

Please help if able.



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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the problem with the image name not getting stored to the database is because of code order.

the update code is at lines 4 - 44.

the image upload code is at lines 88 - 118

The image upload code needs to be moved so that it comes before the code to update the record.

The problem with the ID being set to 0 is happening because you have bound the prod_id column in the update record to a prod_id form element that does not exist.

in the update, prod_id column should not be bound to anything so that it will not get changed.

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Hi Jason

Thanks for help. It worked a treat. Managed to work out the prod_ID bounding issue as well.

After doing this it has come up with one problem though.

Its saying the following: "Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output....

I was able to get rid of the error by hiding the line in question, but then my page doesn't redirect.

Is this caused by moving the location of the code, that I had to do???

Thanks heaps again for all your help

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

most likely on moving the code, you left spaces or blank lines between php code blocks.

see the following for details on the cause of that error and troubleshooting:

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Hi Jason

Thanks once again. It was the space in between the endin php tag and the beginning of a new one.

Really appreciated all the help.

Thanks very much

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