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Upload attachment to Ms Access database and display attached picture when call item

I have a project where I need to save the form details into Ms Access database. Form consists of text box, select box, and files selection to upload to a table in the database.
In understood that in the coding, enctype="multipart/form-data" need to be used. When print in the action file, value is empty for Request.Form.
After saving the information and attachment, I also need to call the form out to display information as well as image uploaded.

Please help to solve the problem or if there's any sample online you can show me.Urgent!
Nov 30 '06 #1
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