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@move_uploaded_file( $upload_Temp , $uploadFile); 
chmod($uploadFile, 0644);
$upload_URL = "uploads/".$upload_Name ;
$uploadFile = "uploads/".$upload_Name ;
 //Writes the information to the database
 mysql_connect("localhost", "freak_admin", "what") or die(mysql_error()); 
 mysql_select_db("freak_doc") or die(mysql_error()); 
 mysql_query("INSERT INTO `users_cv` VALUES ('$id', '$name', '$upload_Name')");

Hello Good Php Gurus!


i have tried to find my way around this but no show.from the php admin everything works fine including the name of the file visible.


the above code works when i view the info on my view.php(the field for name shows)

however the field for upload_name is blank because the idea I had isnt working below

<td> echo "<a href=" ./ $upload_URL . basename($row_users['file']) . ">



Can someone help me with what i am doing wrong?





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i dont really understand your question but at first glance, you are assigning $upload_Name in line 7, but you refer to it in line 3

$upload_URL = "uploads/".$upload_Name ;

fyi, youd prolly get better help in a different forum.  this is not an HTML question

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Do not really understand where you coming from.

But this line seems weird to me.

mysql_query("INSERT INTO `users_cv` VALUES ('$id', '$name', '$upload_Name')");

isn't it be like mysql_query("INSERT INTO `users_cv` (id,name,upload_Name) VALUES ('$id', '$name', '$upload_Name')"); ??
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