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hi i used multer to create an upload script now i would like to display the photos uploaded by eacch user on diff pages with diff adrees i.e exprome.come/photos/234 and also every photo would have its comment. any ideas? i think every comment should be saved with the photo id so i can retrieve them but im a newbee here i would love to here your ideas

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Contributors will help you but this is rather vague. Show your code. What doesn't work? What errors are you getting?

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what is the error? everything save in db and the uploaded picture in the same directory?

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/*Define dependencies.*/

var express=require("express");
var multer  = require('multer');
var mongoose= require ('mongoose');
var app=express();
var done=false;

/*Configure the multer.*/

app.use(multer({ dest: './uploads/',
 rename: function (fieldname, filename) {
    return filename+Date.now();
  },
onFileUploadStart: function (file) {
  console.log(file.originalname + ' is starting ...')
},
onFileUploadComplete: function (file) {
  console.log(file.fieldname + ' uploaded to  ' + file.path)
  done=true;
}
}));

// routes

app.get('/',function(req,res){
      res.sendfile("index.html");
});

app.post('/api/photo',function(req,res){
  if(done==true){
    console.log(req.files);
    res.end("File upload complete.");
  }
});

// server
app.listen(3000,function(){
    console.log("listening on port 3000");
});



HTML file

<form id ="uploadForm" enctype="multipart/form-data" action =  "/api/photo"method= "post"
> <input type="file" name="userPhoto" />
<input type="submit" value="Upload Image" name="submit">
</form>

what i need is how to save the file part to mongodb using mongoose and also the image id, and also get each image in a link such as localhost//3000/users/photos/234

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