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upload images during registration

Thread began 1/24/2010 6:41 am by sam398359 | Last modified 1/25/2010 1:03 pm by Jason Byrnes | 786 views | 2 replies |

sam398359

upload images during registration

I have a registration page working, but I would like the user to upload multiple images as they register.

Am having some problems, I tried a Digital File Pro behaviour on the file input elements.

But it the filename is not being stored, and no images are being uploaded. What is stored is the name of the file but that is just a basic text field.

I read that DFP doesnt work well with regular forms and I should use data assist, but wont that screw up my Security Assist?

Thanks

Sam

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anonymous

It will be easier with DataAssist. Could you not use DataAssist to process your registration form?

If you do that you will be able to open the DatAssist insert behavior and then add the correct Digital File Pro value to the correct column.

Best regards,

Brian

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The only effect using DataAssist will have on the registration form is the Dreamweaver Check New User Name behavior, but there is a work around.


The check New user Name behavior is triggered by the MM_insert hidden form element:
<input type="hidden" name="MM_insert" value="WAATKRegistrationForm">


when you remove the Dreamweaver insert Record behavior, this hidden form element will be deleted too. You can manually add it back in.

For more details, see the Introduction to SecurityAssist -> Modifying registration tutorial in the solution recipe section of the Security Assist support page:
securityassist/

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