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[archive] Upload

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Hi All,

I am new to ACUBENCH. Any one can help me to write a program to upload files from client machine to the server in thinclient? My os is XP.

Thanks for answer
Ind B:)y
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RE: [archive] Upload

Use the C$COPY library routine. You can use @Display to load files from the server to the client and then use C$COPY to move them back to the server.

call "C$COPY" using copy-source, copy-dest giving copy-status
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RE: [archive] Upload

You might also want to use CALL "C$OPENSAVEBOX" so the user can select where they want to save the file, or where the file is coming from.
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Hi Blacky & Dilbert

Thanks for your help. Now I want to know how can we show an applicant's photo(jpg or any other format) on the screen. What I mean is we have to show the photograph of the selected applicant on the screen. when end user navigates to the next record, the image control should be show the next record's photograph/image. How can we show the images/photos dynamically on the image control?

Please help me.

IndB;)y
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RE: [archive] Upload

Section "3.7.2 Loading Bitmaps" of the "User Interface Programming" manual (Book 2) explains how to use CALL "W$BITMAP" to show BMP and JPG images on screen.
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