I'm wondering if anyone is willing to look into a problem that I have already resolved, but not in the way I had originally intended. So I am really interested in knowing why my original solution did not work.
I have thumbnails, large images and hi-res images located in a series of folders and subfolders.
I have the paths to the thumbnails and partial paths to the large images listed in 2 sql tables, one in English and one in Hebrew.
I've taken a list of items from queries in English and Hebrew, manipulated the URL strings of the image paths in order to find the last "/" in the path and with that, found a function using the ASP FO object that will allow me to find which folders contain subfolders with the hi-resolution images and then link to them.
This works fine with the English query, but not with the Hebrew, even though it's the same URL path. For some reason, somewhere along the way, the last "/" gets moved to the beginning of the string and I get a "path not found" error for this line:
This is an example of a path, when I do a response.write:
\E:\site\images\Corridor\Judaica\ethnography\Permanent Exhibition 2010
Would anyone be interested in looking into this for me?