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Posted on 2012-04-12
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I am creating a site that has a feature where users can upload a profile picture.
We are hosting the site at 1and1 on a Windows package.
The site used to be at GoDaddy and the upload worked.  I works on the development machine as well.
Won't work on 1and1.  1and1 says that since moving to server 2008 they no longer have an uploading feature.
This site uses classic asp.  I am wondering if I can, perhaps, incorporate ftp... behind the scenes?
Can someone provide some sample code?
Thanks
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by:Kent Dyer
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Do you have database access?  If so, you should be able to use a BLOB to store picture data.

Don't have any code handy, but should be pretty easy to implement.

HTH,

Kent
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Turns out that the issue was one of permissions.  1&1 had first said that this couldn't be done... another call got to the answer.
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Figured out myself
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