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Uploading Images (Admin Side)

Thread began 4/30/2010 9:52 am by ch1974us345597 | Last modified 5/11/2010 4:30 pm by ch1974us345597 | 1434 views | 5 replies

Eric Mittman

Are you getting the file to successfully upload to the site? If so are you storing the details for the file name in the db?

If you are not getting the file uploaded you will need to expand the upload file bindings and add in the debug info to the page, then save the load the page to your server before testing. When you test it try to upload your file and check what the debug messages are saying.

If you are getting the file on the server and are storing the name in your db then you should be able to reference the image on any page that you have a recordset that retrieves info for that record from the table. To make the image show you would have an img tag and for the scr attribute you would set it to the path of your images folder, then user the binding from your recordset for the file name. This should get the image to show. Please post back with some additional details if you have any further trouble with this and include a copy of the upload page and the page you are trying to view the image on.

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