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Simple naming of file uploads

Thread began 1/01/2010 5:40 pm by mustang_sally_85344510 | Last modified 1/04/2010 1:17 pm by Jimmy Wu | 681 views | 1 replies |


Simple naming of file uploads

I can't seem to find the old solution recipe of naming the file upload.
I could do this with dfp1 but it doesn't seem to do it dfp2.

I simply would like to name my file uploads...
the visitorID in a session variable,
and rename if file exists ...increment...

there are 6 upload areas for each visitor on a single page....

using php

Thank you in advance.

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Jimmy Wu

There are 2 steps in the DFP2 wizard. On the second step is where you would specify the default file name and the file name that you want. The process to add variables to the name are the same.

The getting started guide goes over how to set up a basic upload:

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