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single image upload writes the image name to 2 database fields

Thread began 11/12/2009 5:58 am by Suggs | Last modified 11/13/2009 8:25 am by Suggs | 1093 views | 2 replies |


single image upload writes the image name to 2 database fields

Hi Folks,

I need to achieve the following:
I want a single image upload field that will resize the uploaded image to a large image size and thumbnail size (which i know how to do through DFP) however i then want to write the uploaded image name to 2 fields in the database. 1 field called ImageLge and another field called Thumbnail in the database. This is the area I could do with a few pointers on and any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

When you add Digital File Pro to a page, it creates a group on the bindings panel called "WA Uploaded Files (<fileField>)"

where <fileField> is the name given to the file form field.

In the bindings group is the Server File Name bindings. there is also a Server File name for each upload folder you add. it will be named "<uploadFolder>[FildeName]: Server File Name"

where <uploadFolder> is the folder you specified to upload the image to.

I am including a screen shot of my bindings panel. I created two uploads, one to "large" the other to the folder named "thumb"

In DataAssist, for the large image, I would use the "large[Filename]: Server File Name" binding. For the thumbnail column, I would use the "thumb[Filename]: Server File Name"

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Cheers Jason,

That worked a treat

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