I've a classified ads system on ASP.NET/c#/MS SQL, and I'm trying to figure out where to store the images that people upload when placing an ad. The ad itself is being stored in a SQL server database.
The images are now being stored in a subfolder of my webapp. It seems to work fine, however I only recently discovered a big problem. Everytime a user deletes an ad, the attached images are to be deleted as well including the folder they reside in. This leads to a restart of the asp.net application. I searched internet and found that restarting the web-app is actually intended behaviour when a subfolder is being deleted.
I can remove these images including the folders they are stored in?
I can acces them using a URL (the images need to be shown in the webpages) Without getting the web-app being restarted?
I have a task to upload multiple images to server path of the application folder . I have used the File Upload control in order to Upload the Images to server path but some images of about 778 kb are not supposed to be uploaded correctly. And while displaying the Images I am using Datalist control.
While I have tried to upload from Application in my system all files got uploaded but while acessing the link some files are not getting uploaded.
I am using CK Editor, in my application every user have his separate email templates. I want to store images to user specific and user should not view other user uploaded images when browse to Server to upload images
I want to create a folder to store some web controls, so the site structure doesn't have a zillion files in the root.
Except that if I create an ordinary folder, that folder is also visible on the web site. MSDN said you cannot put it in App_Code, and it doesn't really make sense to put it in other special folder like App_Data or App_Theme.
I want to write one program by visual studio 2008 (C# and ASP) that has web application and windows application.
I want to get clients images in web app(upload) and store them in DB (mysql) then send these images to windows app via web service (so i new web service, not web site). But i have 2 problems:
I have 2 ways to store images in mysql, first i should have BLOB field in DB -that it takes more space-, second i should save just name of each image in DB(so have image in one folder) -in this way i don't know how get image from clients and store them in that folder-. which one? Or what other? How (code) can i transfer image via web service(Byte or? ).
I have a simple photo album. I have some catories in db and corresponding folders. For example, when user creates a category called "Asp Net" in db then a folder called "AspNet" is created. Then user can upload photo and all photos are displayed as thumbnail. No photo is saved in db, they are directly saved lets say AspNet folder. I just fetch filelist from intended folder and list them. However I want user to be able to update category name or delete it. To keep consistency, corresponding folder should be updated or deleted. But when I try it throws exception: Access to the path 'xxxxx" is denied.
how to upload images to server(application/images folder) and retrive(display) from and on client PC for asp.net. its just for uplaoding logo directly to server folder and retriving from server to client. i am not getting server path on client pc for image.
I wanted to combine app_themes css files into one on the fly. I did so using Mads Cristensen technique. But now all elements that has background image defined through css (see picture) don't display image. I believe that is because css files are not relatively referenced anymore (../), but through axd file. I'm trying to fix this by changing reference to image files without success. I already tried background: url("~/App_Themes/44/images/myimage.gif") and this works for pages that combined css. But the problem is that there are other pages in this project that don't use this css combining and now they lost reference to background images.
I have ran into an issue where I have to use ASP.NET to do a Thumbnail of images uploaded since the hosting company does not have any of the required ASP Classic 3rd party utilities that I can use. I have played around with several different Upload scripts before I found a tutorial on using: Uploadify (Love this script) with ASP.NET. [URL] What I am needing to do with the script is to create Thumbnails of the images that are uploaded, and when I try to do so, I get an IO Error. I was informed that I would have to create a Web Application instead of the Web Site as the web application would give me the default.aspx.designer.cs file for setting the FileUpload control as Public to be used in the upload.ashx file. But after doing that it basically breaks the code. What works in the Web Site, does not seem to want to work in the Web Application. What I would like from the .NET community is some help in making the Uploadify script to create Thumbnails. The script for the Thumbnails that I am using (or trying to use) is here
- In have a website where users can upload their photo and along with their profile.- I store the photo as binary data in database.- Using ASP.NET MVC 2.0 FileContent option, I display Photo back in the browser, when user view his/her profile detailsQuestion: Currently I am showing image as-is and not restricting width/height, so that users see exactly whatever image they uploaded as-is without distortion. However I want to do like every other website: Show only smaller image alwayswith fixed size and allow user to click on it to pop-up and show original image as-is in pop-up.NOTE: I can do this simply restricting width and height to fixed limits but still show original image. But in this case image is distorted as it was not originally designed for this dimension.This very basic question and I am seeing many options, including some libraries. But don't know what is best way to do this using ASP.NET MVC 2.0
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...
I'm developing a new aspnet website with 200k images in a /Images/ -folder.Many operations in Visual Studio is slow because it access the folder, adding a web service takes 10 minutes.The images is not checked into scm (svn).ow should I structure the tree of code, to improve performance in VS?It would also be neat if not all developers needed to copy 200k images to their local disk to be able to develop on the site.
I would like to store images in database by converting them in to binary objects or i will store them in to a temp folder and will save the path in my database. But i am unable to do the programming so can any give me a sample code to save images in to sql database using Asp.net.
I'm trying to display an image from my database but when I try to extract the file it only contains 6 bytes of data which causes my program to throw an error. My instructor informed me that the file is too small for an image, leading me to believe that I'm not storing it properly. I would be most gracious if someone could identify any code that might cause this to happen.
Protected Sub btnUpload_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnUpload.Click Dim _image As Byte() mage = FileUpload1.FileBytes Dim conn As New SqlConnection [code]...
I want to store image in sql server 2008(what is datatype for image??) where image uploaded by the user using asp fileupload text box and buttom control..and then i want to retrieve that image to show as profile information for users.