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Capture the renamed filename of a duplicate thumnail image on upload

Thread began 8/22/2014 4:38 am by jon392819 | Last modified 8/22/2014 9:17 am by Jason Byrnes | 264 views | 1 replies |

jon392819

Capture the renamed filename of a duplicate thumnail image on upload

Hi Guys, I am using ### $filenamelink = $WA_DFP_UploadStatus["WA_UploadResult1"]["serverFileName"]; ### to capture the name of an uploaded image. I am using $filenamelink in both insert and update queries.

Works fine perfect.

If I add the option to create a thumbnail image, how would I get the file name of the thumbnail assuming I have told the code to add "_small" to it and the image encounters a duplicate so my image that goes up as "test.jpg" would actually be on the server as "test_1_small.jpg"

Is it possible to capture the renamed file name for the thumbnail so I can update a database record at the same time with this name along with the larger version which I have working fine at the minute?


I have attached my code.

As updating the image is optional for the user you will see I have a simple if statement to handle this. Its just catching the renamed file name that I am stuck on.

Many thanks

Jon

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

open the bindings panel and expand the WA Uploaded Files (filefield Name) binding group.

you will notice that there a server file name biding for each iteration of the image that is created.

use the server file name binding for the thumbnail to return it's name.

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