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Thread began 5/24/2022 5:38 am by msmoose2400634 | Last modified 5/25/2022 9:27 pm by Ray Borduin | 90 views | 3 replies |

msmoose2400634

upload image not working

I have a page with a form to update a table (persons); the update using the mySQI server behaviour works properly except for the file manupliation (uploading an image as a file). I have read through the webassist forum and tutorial but can't find the answer as to why the upload is not working. I have attached the .php page and also will sent you in a private post the link (I don't have security added to my pages yet that need to limit who can go to these pages).

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msmoose2400634

Originally Said By: msmoose2400634
  I have a page with a form to update a table (persons); the update using the mySQI server behaviour works properly except for the file manupliation (uploading an image as a file). I have read through the webassist forum and tutorial but can't find the answer as to why the upload is not working. I have attached the .php page and also will sent you in a private post the link (I don't have security added to my pages yet that need to limit who can go to these pages).  
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

File uploads require <form> tags to have: enctype="multipart/form-data"

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worked like a charm thank you!

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