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allows a field to accept file uploads
void setFileUpload ( String fieldName, String serverUploadFolder, String webUploadFolder, [Array permittedExts] )
This function allows a field (or multiple fields) in your table to allow file uploads. What this essentially means is that the field you set to handle file uploads inserts the file's relative path to the file.

Note: you must chmod the folder to which you're uploading files to 777 (world writable)


Type function
Returns web-safe filename of uploaded file (on upload


The field name you want to accept file uploads
The full OR relative path to the folder which will contain the uploaded file(s) on the server
The relative and web accessible path to the folder which contains the uploaded file(s)
permittedExts (optional)
An array with allowed file extensions supported by this upload


Example 1:
$tblDemo->setFileUpload("fldFilename", "uploads/", "uploads/");

Example 2:
$allowedExts = array("png", "jpg", "jpeg", "gif", "bmp", "tif", "tiff"); $profile->setFileUpload("fldAvatar", "profiles/", "profiles/", $allowedExts);

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