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Thread began 5/06/2019 3:35 pm by john70964 | Last modified 5/09/2019 3:39 pm by Ray Borduin | 86 views | 7 replies |

john70964

File image upload

Hello Ray
I created a page for uploading some images. I thought I had followed the instructions on page
http://www.webassist.com/tutorials/Resizing-images-on-upload but obviously not!

The image names are not being placed in the database and the images are not being placed in the images folder.

Can you see where I am going wrong please?
Many thanks
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You have your file upload set to the recordset value instead of the form file field.

They are all wrong, but for instance:
'FileName' => "".($rs->getColumnVal("image10")) ."",

should be:
'FileName' => "[FileName]",

Your database update statement is only using one of the fields. You would have to update the MySQLi Update Table server behavior to add the other file upload fields. It looks like it is properly updating the imge1 field.

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john70964

When Updating image fields with Mysqli Update Record I go to column Bindings and press the lightning bolt
I have a choice of Folders and files which can be selected.

Which should be selected for the File Fields?
Many thanks
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The uploaded file "Server File Name" for each upload should be used to update the database.

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john70964

Thanks Ray,
Maybe I did not quite understand the above answer.

I changed Upload File (Image1) to include serverFileName
I then received these errors when the page was run.
Notice: Undefined index: WA_UploadResult1 in C:\xampp\htdocs\boatsforsalenow_mysqli2\BoatAds180\boat_insert_images.php on line 48
Notice: Undefined index: WA_UploadResult1 in C:\xampp\htdocs\boatsforsalenow_mysqli2\BoatAds180\boat_insert_images.php on line 58
Notice: Undefined index: WA_UploadResult1 in C:\xampp\htdocs\boatsforsalenow_mysqli2\BoatAds180\boat_insert_images.php on line 68
Notice: Undefined index: Image2 in C:\xampp\htdocs\boatsforsalenow_mysqli2\webassist\file_manipulation\helperphp.php on line 72

Pls see serverFileName.jpg

I then changed this back to [FileName] and the errors were removed but a new one appeared
Notice: Undefined index: Image2 in C:\xampp\htdocs\boatsforsalenow_mysqli2\webassist\file_manipulation\helperphp.php on line 72

I also noticed that in the database some of the field entries were incorrect
image1_900 remains as its default field name no_image.jpg
Image1 shows the correct name
image1_thumb remains as its default field name no_image.jpg
image1_250 shows the name cai3367b but has lost the .jpg part
image2 shows the correct name
image3 shows the correct name
image4 remains as its default field name no_image.jpg
image5 shows the correct name
I also tested on the remote server with the same results

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You should not be using the file upload bindings in the file upload server behavior. I was referring to the bindings in Update Database server behavior.

Resized images should be named like: [FileName]_200

Then your Update Table server behaviors can reference the Server File Name bindings from each upload.

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john70964

Hello Ray
I originally had only 2 File Fields per page.

On the test page I have 10
If I insert 5 images into the File Fields then 5 appear in the database.
If I insert 10 images into the File Fields then none appear.

Should I limit the File Fields per page?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It is probably the php.ini limits causing it to fail.
You may have to change the upload_max_filesize and post_max_size directives in your php.ini file to accommodate more files.

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