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Any way to upload the same file with two different names?

Thread began 1/11/2010 5:00 pm by ijk76319396 | Last modified 1/11/2010 5:19 pm by Jimmy Wu | 635 views | 1 replies |


Any way to upload the same file with two different names?

Can I upload one file (an image) and have it stored as two separate file names by using two separate WA Upload File actions. For example I want to upload "ImageA" and have it renamed to "userA" as well as "latestuserA" using one upload file field. It will be inserted into one table and used to update a record in another? I am trying this with the two separate Upload File actions and it is not working the way I want it to? Any suggestions?

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Jimmy Wu

If you are using Digital File Pro 2, you can use one upload to upload the same file twice with 2 different names. You can even upload them to different directories. On step 2 of the wizard, if you click the "+" button in the File Settings section, you can add additional uploads.

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