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Update DFP - Upload multiple files and resize images

Thread began 3/03/2009 10:51 am by Steve | Last modified 3/13/2009 3:01 pm by Ray Borduin | 3236 views | 5 replies |

Steve

Update DFP - Upload multiple files and resize images

Hello,
I think a nice addition to your product offerings would be to update Digital File Pro to resize images on upload. Also allow it to upload other files like a PDF and image in the same transaction. This is useful when we have product pages that need to be updated with product shots as well as supplementary PDFs.

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Danilo Celic

Originally Said By: Steve272190
  Hello,
I think a nice addition to your product offerings would be to update Digital File Pro to resize images on upload. Also allow it to upload other files like a PDF and image in the same transaction. This is useful when we have product pages that need to be updated with product shots as well as supplementary PDFs.  




We do have image resizing on the list to add to the next version of Digital File Pro. Sorry, but I do not have a time frame on the release of V2.

You can upload multiple file types currently with Digital file Pro. So for the PDF and image case you would have a file field for the PDF and one for the image, then you'd apply the Upload to each of the file fields. Then when the form is submitted both file fields will be processed and the files uploaded.

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RRod55141879

Hi Danilo,

and can you tell me if that update (with rezise image) are planed for whom that use DFP with ASP?

Regards,

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The existing ASP version will continue to work with current features, but will not be updated. ASP will be removed from future product updates from webassist. Feature enhancements will only be available for PHP.

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info302926

huh no ASP?

Why not asp anymore?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Because Classic ASP is old and becoming antiquated. In my opinion PHP is just flat out better.

More than 80% of our customers were already on PHP and ASP and Coldfusion were falling drastically. We couldn't continue to justify the time it took to do things in 4 server languages at the cost of not being able to do things as quickly.

Our hope is that by focusing on the right server choice for our customers we can have an easier customer experience, enhanced feature sets, better QA and documentation, and do it all faster.

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