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Old September 23rd, 2003, 03:06 PM
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Hello , Iam runing arround my tail in this matter, I really do not have idea how to do this.
I am working on a catalogo page, the people is suppouse to upload there data (that´s easy), and there picture ( I do not know if it´s easy, but I can not do it), please i need a big help, how can I make that pictures go inside the server , i have seen these in ebay...
Please If anyone can give me a hand with these.

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Old September 23rd, 2003, 03:11 PM
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Hi there,

If you're using classic ASP, you'll need a third party component to this (Microsoft provides on as well, but it sort of sucks).

One component I have used a couple if times is the Dundas upload control. It's free and you can download it from this location. It comes with full documentation and sample code, so getting it to work shouldn't be too hard.

The only downside is that you provider / ISP needs to support it as well. If you're running your own server, than this is not a problem.

There are "pure VBScript" implementations possible as well, but they are a lot trickier to get to work. This Dundas thingy will do all the hard work for you.



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Old September 23rd, 2003, 04:30 PM
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Try a component called ASPJpeg from Persits Software (http://www.persits.com). It allows you to browse for your image, preview it, rotate it, size it, and save it to the server. Works pretty good for me.

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