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Performing a document upload in PHP not working


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Currently I'm using codeigniter 3.0 and I have a multiple document upload tab in my add page. Here the user can write the title of the document and upload a document and they can select the add button to add more documents. But I cannot store these document in my database when I click on the save button. Here is my current code:

View class:

<td width="45%"><input type="text" name="doctitle[]" placeholder="Title"></td>
<td><input type="file" name="documents[]"></td>
<td width="1%"><a class="btn btn-success" id="addobj" href="javascript:void(0)">Add </a></td>

Controller Class:

if ($this->form_validation->run() == FALSE)
        {
            $main['page'] = 'crm/listings/add';
            $this->load->view('crm/index', $main);
        }else {  
            $maindata=array('clients_id'=>$this->session->userdata('clientsessid'));
            $insertid=$this->listings_model->insert_listing($maindata);
            
            if($insertid){
                if ($this->input->post('documents')) {
                    $documentPost = $this->input->post('documents');
                    $documentTitle = $this->input->post('doctitle');
                    $documentArray = array();
                    $c = 0;
                    foreach($documentPost as $dp){
                        if($this->web_upload->do_upload('documents'))
                            { 
                                $filedata=$this->web_upload->data();
                                $dp=$filedata['file_name'];
                            }  
                        $documentArray[$c]['listings_id']= $insertid;
                        $documentArray[$c]['title']= $documentTitle;
                        $documentArray[$c]['document']= $dp;
                        $documentArray[$c]['added_date']=date('Y-m-d H:i:s');
                        $documentArray[$c]['added_by']= $this->session->userdata('user_id');
                        $c++;
                    }

                    if(count($documentArray) > 0){
                        $this->listings_model->save_document($notesArray);
                    }
                }
                redirect('listings/sales');
               }

Model Class:

function save_document($maindata){
    $this->db->insert_batch("crm_property_docs",$maindata); 
    print_r($this->db->last_query()); die();
    return $this->db->insert_id(); 
}

function insert_listing($maindata){
    $this->db->insert("crm_listings",$maindata);
    $prime=$this->db->insert_id();
    return $prime;
}

Now I have added a print_r($this->db->last_query()); die(); statement in my save_document model so if it is being executed it should end the process there but it doesnt end my process, it just fills in all the data values in my database except for the documents data, which means this model is never being called and I'm not sure if I'm using the right method to upload these documents in my database.

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