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#1: adding an image url to a DB

Posted on 2008-01-29 21:56:33 by stevebushe

ive been struggling with this problem for a few days. does anyone
know how to add a url to a sql 2000 database. im trying to
build a web app with asp 3.0 and sql2000. instead of storing images
directly to the DB, id like to store the images on the file system and
then have a url in the DB pointing to the images.

any help is appreciated

thanks

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#2: Re: adding an image url to a DB

Posted on 2008-01-29 22:45:30 by reb01501

stevebushe@gmail.com wrote:
> ive been struggling with this problem for a few days. does anyone
> know how to add a url to a sql 2000 database. im trying to
> build a web app with asp 3.0 and sql2000. instead of storing images
> directly to the DB, id like to store the images on the file system and
> then have a url in the DB pointing to the images.
>
A url is just a string containing some html. What is the problem?

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#3: Re: adding an image url to a DB

Posted on 2008-01-30 11:40:54 by Captain Paralytic

On 29 Jan, 21:45, "Bob Barrows [MVP]" <reb01...@NOyahoo.SPAMcom>
wrote:
> stevebu...@gmail.com wrote:
> > ive been struggling with this problem for a few days. does anyone
> > know how to add a url to a sql 2000 database. im trying to
> > build a web app with asp 3.0 and sql2000. instead of storing images
> > directly to the DB, id like to store the images on the file system and
> > then have a url in the DB pointing to the images.
>
> A url is just a string containing some html. What is the problem?

http://www.google.com

Where is the HTML in that?

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#4: Re: adding an image url to a DB

Posted on 2008-01-30 12:59:24 by reb01501

Captain Paralytic wrote:
> On 29 Jan, 21:45, "Bob Barrows [MVP]" <reb01...@NOyahoo.SPAMcom>
> wrote:
>> stevebu...@gmail.com wrote:
>>> ive been struggling with this problem for a few days. does anyone
>>> know how to add a url to a sql 2000 database. im trying to
>>> build a web app with asp 3.0 and sql2000. instead of storing images
>>> directly to the DB, id like to store the images on the file system
>>> and then have a url in the DB pointing to the images.
>>
>> A url is just a string containing some html. What is the problem?
>
> http://www.google.com
>
> Where is the HTML in that?

View source. You'll see.

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#5: Re: adding an image url to a DB

Posted on 2008-01-30 13:10:25 by reb01501

Captain Paralytic wrote:
> On 29 Jan, 21:45, "Bob Barrows [MVP]" <reb01...@NOyahoo.SPAMcom>
> wrote:
>> stevebu...@gmail.com wrote:
>>> ive been struggling with this problem for a few days. does anyone
>>> know how to add a url to a sql 2000 database. im trying to
>>> build a web app with asp 3.0 and sql2000. instead of storing images
>>> directly to the DB, id like to store the images on the file system
>>> and then have a url in the DB pointing to the images.
>>
>> A url is just a string containing some html. What is the problem?
>
> http://www.google.com
>
> Where is the HTML in that?

ok, ok ... I see your point and you are technically correct: a url is just a
string. Correctly or incorrectly, I call anything I write to Response
"html".
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