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Reading JPG headers / image information with ASP

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Im currently developing a custom image database.  The images are coming from the Graphics department as jpeg's and have information embedded in them with Adobe Photoshop (ie. Caption, who shot the picture, keywords)  I need to know how to pull this information from a jpeg using ASP or if there is a thrid party software that will extract and add to SQL database for search functions(i know its a long shot) Any information will be helpfull.

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Take a look to this ActiveX control that can read EXIF information from a JPEG file:
http://www.download.com/DBPix/3000-2401-10291803.html?tag=lst-0-11
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For what platform?
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A few tutorials that should be able to help you to make what you want:

- http://codeproject.com/bitmap/iptc.asp (Also has sample code but in C++)
 -http://www.pcplus.co.uk/tips/default.asp?pagetypeid=2&articleid=5695&subsectionid=390
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