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Thread began 6/05/2019 3:59 am by info252084 | Last modified 6/05/2019 10:52 am by Ray Borduin | 16 views | 1 replies |


Upload files

Hi, I use Upload files to manage an image galery where my customer can update pictures in the galery. It should also be possible to only change the order of the pictures, and not upload a new image, the old image should be kept. I have tried doing this by adding the mysql column value of the image to DefaultFileName, but no luck. What would be the solution here? Code is attached.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You need to bind the file name to the File Upload binding for "Server File Name" and not to the value from the form submit directly. That should fix the problem.

You also need to update your <form> tag to use enctype="multipart/form-data" so it will work when you do update the uploaded file.

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