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Active Server Pages 3.0 from Scratch by Nicholas Chase

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Uploading myNews Files: From the Browser to the Server

So far, although we've used some new approaches, we really haven't seen anything new from a technical standpoint.

When we set up the News section of mySpace, we had planned to simply link to files that were on the server instead of storing entire news articles in the database. That's great for the database, but it means that to maintain this section, we're going to have to be able to upload files to the server and remove them when we're done with them.

GEEK SPEAK: Upload means to move something from your computer to another computer. This is the opposite of downloading, which is to take something from another computer and put it on your own.

Uploading files isn't something that's included ...

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