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upload file, rename new file and email attachment

Thread began 9/05/2016 11:49 am by tony | Last modified 9/05/2016 11:09 pm by Ray Borduin | 402 views | 1 replies |

tony

upload file, rename new file and email attachment

Hi all,
I have a page with an upload file server behaviour that sends an email after validating and submitting.
The upload process works as expected (the file will be uploaded and renamed if a file with the same name exists).
The insert single record works and the correct file name is saved using the "server file name" (from bindings panel).
But the email is not attaching anything.
Here attached the image of the email attachment dialog box.
Should I select another kind of option here?
TIA

tony

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tony

Ok,
I solved this too (do you need someone for customer support at Web Assist? LOL!).
In the email attachment dialog box I selected the "uploads/[FileName]: Server File Name" option from bindings panel and added the "upload/"string before the binding value.
So, now the "enter value" field looks like:

uploads/<?php echo $WA_DFP_UploadStatus["WA_UploadResult1"]["WA_UploadResult1_1"]["serverFileName"]; ?>

HTH
tony

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