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Uploading multiple files

Thread began 3/13/2016 7:54 pm by dazler1977 | Last modified 3/14/2016 1:58 pm by Ray Borduin | 135 views | 4 replies |

dazler1977

Uploading multiple files

I have created an file upload to upload multiple files. My upload works, it sends the files to the correct folder. But I am having trouble with it going to the database. Here is what I am doing. My form goes to paypal and I had to figure a way to send the data to the database after paypal sent back through the ipn as completed. I was able to get that going by creating sessions for the fields. What I am having trouble with is the upload of multiple files, more so saving that as sessions so I can send it to the database.

I hope that makes sense.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

With IPN you session won't be available in the post back. The easiest solution would be to store them comma-separated and pass them to paypal in the "custom" field. Then you can retrieve them from that field to update the database.

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dazler1977

Uploading multiple files

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dazler1977

Uploading multiple files

I am not having trouble with my paypal. I am having trouble with saving the data from when I upload a image to save it as a session.
On my form when I use the text or email field the sessions save fine and I am able to retrieve it, but with using file input it is not saving the session. I do not know if it is just because it is a file input but it is not saving the session info.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I can take a look at the code and try to spot a problem. You should be able to save file fields into the session just like any other field. You will not be able tor refer to session values on IPN pages even when they are saved properly, but I'm sure you can get them saved into the session.

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