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#1 Posted : Saturday, March 20, 2010 4:10:49 AM(UTC)
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I removed this question from another post that included 2 questions.

It's seems like a hot topic but I never reponded to your question for more details.


My clients will only be uploading one image at a time.

By default a new Descriptions.xml is created newly each time someone uploads an image
but the old image that was replaced by the new upload remains.

Is there anyway to delete the old image file automatically?

Please note that I understand that the image uploader is setup this way by default but
the problem comes in when I have mulitple .xml files and do not wish to delete all of the images
that are in this folder.

MORE INFO.

Client upload image called IMG_123.jpg. An xml file is created called myhouse.xml.

Later he uploads another image IMG_456.jpg and a new myhouse.xml file is create.

Problem lies in deleting the old file, IMG_123.jpg.

If you could tell me how to disable the getSafeFileName
then force the image to be named myhouse.jpg
I could live with that.

I have no experience with server-side parse POST if that is part of the solution.
Point me a little.

Thanks,

Phil











Tamila  
#2 Posted : Sunday, March 21, 2010 8:44:51 PM(UTC)
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Hi Phil,

Actually you can give any name for uploaded file. For example (upload.php):
Code:
if (!$_FILES["SourceFile_1"]['size'])
{
	return;
}
move_uploaded_file($_FILES["SourceFile_1"]['tmp_name'], $absGalleryPath . "/" . "myhouse.jpg");

//Get the thumbnail and save it to disk.
if (!$_FILES["Thumbnail1_1"]['size'])
{
	return;
}
move_uploaded_file($_FILES["Thumbnail1_1"]['tmp_name'], $absGalleryPath . "/Thumbnails/" . "myhouseThumb.jpg");


It is modified BasicDemo sample upload.php script.

Edited by user Sunday, March 21, 2010 8:45:54 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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