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Ok im making website where users can upload images,videos and music but what i dont know how to grab the username that uploaded something and i want the username and file to go to database.

Do i have to post the script for image uploader??

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Not sure if this will help you but on my site, you have to be registered and logged in to upload files.

As I check to see if the user is logged in at the top of every page that requires it, I can easy find out the users details (via a MySQL DB).  I can then store for example the users unique id together with the filename of the file they are uploading into a new table in the database.

Mike

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I do the same, i check to see if the user is logged in. If yes they can upload files. When they upload the file it also executes a MySQL query which saves the file path, username, user id, comments on the upload etc

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[quote author=Perad link=topic=112800.msg457954#msg457954 date=1161872774]
I do the same, i check to see if the user is logged in. If yes they can upload files. When they upload the file it also executes a MySQL query which saves the file path, username, user id, comments on the upload etc
[/quote] Here is the code i dont know why it doesnt work.

[code]<?php
$reqlevel = 1;
include("membersonly.inc.php");


//print_r($_POST);

if($_POST["action"] == "Upload Image")
{
unset($imagename);

if(!isset($_FILES) && isset($HTTP_POST_FILES))
$_FILES = $HTTP_POST_FILES;

if(!isset($_FILES['image_file']))
$error["image_file"] = "An image was not found.";


$imagename = basename($_FILES['image_file']['name']);
//echo $imagename;

if(empty($imagename))
$error["imagename"] = "The name of the image was not found.";

if(empty($error))
{
$newimage = "images/" . $imagename;
//echo $newimage;
$result = @move_uploaded_file($_FILES['image_file']['tmp_name'], $newimage);
if(empty($result))
$error["result"] = "There was an error moving the uploaded file.";
}
$query = "INSERT INTO Img (username, file) VALUES ("'$user_currently_loged','$imagename')"; 
$result = mysql_query($query);
}

include("upload_form.php");

if(is_array($error))
{
while(list($key, $val) = each($error))
{
echo $val;
echo "<br>\n";
}
}

include("list_images.php");

?>[/code]

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[quote author=XxDeadmanxX link=topic=112800.msg457993#msg457993 date=1161875739]
[quote author=Perad link=topic=112800.msg457954#msg457954 date=1161872774]
I do the same, i check to see if the user is logged in. If yes they can upload files. When they upload the file it also executes a MySQL query which saves the file path, username, user id, comments on the upload etc
[/quote] Here is the code i dont know why it doesnt work.

[code]<?php
$reqlevel = 1;
include("membersonly.inc.php");


//print_r($_POST);

if($_POST["action"] == "Upload Image")
{
unset($imagename);

if(!isset($_FILES) && isset($HTTP_POST_FILES))
$_FILES = $HTTP_POST_FILES;

if(!isset($_FILES['image_file']))
$error["image_file"] = "An image was not found.";


$imagename = basename($_FILES['image_file']['name']);
//echo $imagename;

if(empty($imagename))
$error["imagename"] = "The name of the image was not found.";

if(empty($error))
{
$newimage = "images/" . $imagename;
//echo $newimage;
$result = @move_uploaded_file($_FILES['image_file']['tmp_name'], $newimage);
if(empty($result))
$error["result"] = "There was an error moving the uploaded file.";
}
$query = "INSERT INTO Img (username, file) VALUES ("'$user_currently_loged','$imagename')"; 
$result = mysql_query($query);
}

include("upload_form.php");

if(is_array($error))
{
while(list($key, $val) = each($error))
{
echo $val;
echo "<br>\n";
}
}

include("list_images.php");

?>[/code]
[/quote]
any help???

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