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multiple image upload

Thread began 3/02/2022 3:08 am by john70964 | Last modified 3/03/2022 9:10 am by Ray Borduin | 158 views | 2 replies |

john70964

multiple image upload

Hi Ray,
I am looking for a method to upload multiple images to a website. It seems that File Manipulation Upload Wizard applies to this.
Bindings + File Manipulation Upload Files

I am puzzled by the text at the top of this extension where it states,
Choose the event to trigger the delete from your database etc. Am I looking at the correct extension for multiple image insertion?
Many thanks
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Lol.. you are the first person to read the instructions I guess. It looks like we used the delete record server behavior as a starting point for that UI and never updated the text.

The text should read something like:
"Choose the event to trigger the file upload (usually a form submit or button press that causes a form submit). Then select the file upload field you are using and weather to allow images only or other types of files."

I'll get it updated in the next release.

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john70964

Thanks Ray,
Less confused now

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