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Binary image and upload form help

. I have a form which upload a binary image and the description of that image into a Microsoft database.

I want to show the user what he had uploaded in a second page using a resquest.querystring. But it doesn't show anything. I have tried to change to Request.form but there is an error:

Error Type:
Request object, ASP 0206 (0x80004005)
Cannot call BinaryRead after using Request.Form collection

What am i suppose to do i cannot put request.querystring cuz it doesn't show and i cannot use request.form cuz i am using binaryread.

Posted On: Friday 26th of October 2012 02:46:11 AM Total Views:  353
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