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Default Beginning E-Commerce with Visual Basic, ASP and SQ

Uploading images to the JoCoffee server

OK - we're all agreed that the JoCoffee eCommerce system is pretty clever . . .

I'm a bit new to VB and ASP - my background is more design than programming. But I've soldiered through the book and even felt confodent enough to make modifications to the joCoffee site here and there to make it owrk a little better for me.

But one big shortcoming is that when it comes to uploading new Product to the live system, you can only add a URL of the image but not the image itslef.

Has anyone worked out how to alter the code so the Add Product and Edit Product pages all an administrator of the system to "Browse" for an image and have the image itself upload to the system (as well as adding the URL to the DB) when the "Submit" button is clicked?


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