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Error using ActiveFile

Posted on 2002-07-24
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I am using ActiveFile from Infomentum to upload a file and other fields to a SQL Server database. I have followed the expamples to the letter, yet when the form is submitted I am getting an error on the line which uplaods the file

(ie UpFile.Import RSBlob.Fields.Item("Document"))

The error I get is "Operation is not allowed in this context" - I've tried everything - does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks
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by:Anthony Perkins
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Perhaps the recordset is read-only.  Difficult to guess without seeing more code.

Also, please maintain this open questions:
Infomentum ActiveFile - updating existing record in SQL Server Date: 06/24/2002 03:10AM PST  
http://www.experts-exchange.com/dbgen/Q_20315409.html

Anthony
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zombeen earned 200 total points
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tim.. , its advisable never to upload the actual file in the database , rather ftp the file on the server and store the path of the file as a string in the database for optimum performance , and ease of use

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thanx tim
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