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Error message - new version won't upload image file

Thread began 7/13/2010 8:38 pm by webdesignerwags | Last modified 7/15/2010 8:38 pm by webdesignerwags | 1662 views | 9 replies

webdesignerwags

I have attached a screenshot of the database with a few items I entered. As you can see, the blog is showing a value so it knows something should be there. Also, if I tell it to upload an image that is already in the CatImages folder, the image will display. Obviously it is not uploading it but the code is correct because it knows where to find the image. Notice the item in the middle of the ones with the goofy names. The description field says 'this one was in the folder'.
The image field is a Longblog in the database. I have everything set just like the database for the other web site where I am using this. I removed some of the table rows in the code to make this file smaller.

I also deleted the file as instructed in your last message.

Thank you,
Laura

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imageUploadProblems.pdf

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