Displaying Sub Folders
Following example displays all sub folders in current folder. We will use sub folders property of file system Object for this source code.
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Displaying specific subsets of data from a database is easy to accomplish in .asp. The following example utilizes our Access database of Mark "The Bird" Fidrych and displays all of his season statistics for 1976 contained in the database rather than displaying the entire db.
In this tutorial will teach you how to Displaying the contents of files on the server.
This tutorial will teach you how to Displaying Images ( binary data ) from the Database.
This article about displaying binary data ( images ) from the database.
This article is number three in a series of articles I wrote about uploading and displaying binary data with ASP. The first article was about Uploading binary data to the database, second was on Displaying binary data from the database and the third one ( this one ) is going to be on 'Uploading files to the server hard disk using pure ASP'.
The FileSystemObject object provides access to the file system on the web server, allowing us to manipulate text files, folders and drives from within our code.
Outputting data from two tables is almost as easy as displaying from one. The example, in this tutorial, utilizes two tables with state information on them.
The date and time described in this section are those that are on the server.
It is possible to store images in a database using a number of third party tools or a custom built component. Once you have the images stored in your database, however, displaying them requires the use of a simple ASP page.
In this article we'll learn how to get hold of Drives collection which FileSystemObject provides us, then we'll use this handle to display a list of all drives connected to our computer with their detailed info. These drives may be fixed hard disks, removable drives like floppy drives, CD-ROM drives or even network drives.