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can't upload files!?

Thread began 9/10/2009 10:13 am by john.cummins125554 | Last modified 9/11/2009 3:01 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1472 views | 3 replies |


can't upload files!?

I'm using digital file pro 1.1.3 (I can't use 2 as the site is asp not php)

I've tried to upload using...

any form post
current page submit
Button:WLNupload pressed

but I can't get the file to uplaod

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Jimmy Wu

Can you try making a very simple upload page with just a file field and a submit button? Set the upload location to be a folder directly in the root of the folder.

I just tested this using build 1.1.3 using both ASP VB and ASP JS and they both upload the files correctly. I used Any form post as the trigger.

Make sure you have permissions set to allow everything for the everyone user on the upload folder.

Are you getting any errors when you are uploading or is it just not uploading the file?

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the upload works as long as I don't load another page (as the forms action) the page that loads should display the uploaded image.

I want to display the uploaded image after its been uploaded, how would I do this if I can't load a new page? is it possiable to define an image placeholder, on the upload page, that shows the uploaded image?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, you could set an image place holder, for the source, use the Dynamic data Bindings to select the WA Uploaded Files (File Field) Server File Name variable. You will also need to edit this after the fact to precede it with the upload folder path.

You could also store the file name in a session variable, using the Cookies Toolkit or eCart set Session Value server behavior, then use the WA Utilities -> Server Redirect function to redirect to another page after the image upload takes place, you would use an image place holder again, this time use the session variable

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