How To Store And Retrieve A Html File In SQL Server 2005
Mar 13, 2011
I am working on a project (asp.net web application) that takes files from users, stores them and retrieves or shows them back to the user when needed. I am saving files on my file system (drive). When I save images and refer to them in iframes, images are being displayed in iframes. But when I save .html file and refer it in an iframe it is not displaying the html file. I want to store a .html file on my file system using file upload and store on my local drive, display it in an iframe.
1)How to convert 64base string to binary in asp.net and store into sql server.
2)when i convert 64 base string into binary & try to store it into database then it has taken so much tiime to insert. The size of 64base string is 1.5MB. and when i converted to binary then the size is 11MB.so the best way to insert the binary data into sql server. The data type of column is varbinary(MAX).
3)How can i insert the varbinary data into sql server uisng asp.net?
if (Roles.RoleExists("RoleName")) Roles.CreateRole("RoleName");
but when I check my aspnetdb from the SQL management studio I found that the table aspnet_Roles has no records and that the roles where not inserted. so is there anything wrong with these steps or something missing ?
My problem is regarding title written above. Currently I have some functions that rely on Sessions to do the job. Everything works smoothly when it is left to default. However, I do not like the idea of losing sessions in case of crash and I have modified my web.config to use Sql Server mode instead.
I have run the necessary commands to create tables and stored procedures in my database using aspnet_sql.exe. I am able to store values into the database but have not been successful retrieving them. Since it has been working fine with InProc mode, I think I can safely assume that there's nothing wrong with my codes. Here's my web.config setting:
I have the following problem: I need to store in MS SQL Server 2005 a vary large text in to one field of type nvarchar(MAX), In spite of the configuration is apparently correct I keep receiving the following message in the exception: "string or binary data would be truncated".
I'm trying to parse a HTML file to retrieve certain info in my asp.net app. I've looked at the html agility pack but found that also quite difficult. :-) As my HTML should be pretty standard I'm hoping regex is quick and easy. I need a regex that will look through the html file (which I've loaded into a string) and find the below line and take out the DATATOEXTRACT (which will be some sort of text, the name of a recipe in this case) so I can put it into a variable:
Is it better to store images directly in a database or to just store the name of the file in the db and display that file? I would think that just storing the filename of the image would keep the db size low...
Its related to datatable in gridview store in session and then session retrive and store to database. basically i am using gridview here creating new row for button click and these row adding untill user's last entry then submit all these entry to database. so i want to use session variable to store this data temporarily and after final entry user click on submit button and all data shold be save in db.
how do I go about inserting into a database special characters such as the uppercase O, umlaut ├ľ Please understand that I have been able to insert the special character from inside MMS by putting an N in front of the value but when I run the SQL file from inside an ASP.net 4.0 page it comes up as a diamond with a question mark in it
I need to be able to FTP a .txt file to a db2/400 server. Found this piece of code which I think I will be able to use. I do not see where I would place the content of the traditional "put" command (which I am using in dos), in this case my put would be: "C:File.txt library/file" (where to get the file and where to put it on db2/400).
Code: Public Sub uploadFileUsingFTP() Dim myFileName As String = "C:FuelFacsMacon_EOM_20110405_080937.txt"
Dim ftpWR As FtpWebRequest Dim ftpWP As FtpWebResponse [Code]....
I used SQL SERVER 2008 R2 express as my web development database and I set its compatibility level to 2005. Unfortunately this database cannot be be attached to SQL server 2005. Are there any other options?