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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: interMedia and forms integration

    Hi,

    Does have experience with using images stored in 9i's interMedia product with form image controls?

    Here's the scenario: Let’s say I have a web-based form. I would like to upload an image from the desktop into the form image control (let's just assume this is easy). Once the image is in the control, I would like to share this same image file with others through interMedia but also be able to maintain the image in the form the next time I start the application (and possibly change it if I feel so inclined).

    Is this possible??


    Please forgive what's could be a number of major oversights. I'm still VERY NEW to Oracle.

    Thanks to any who respond.
    Best Regards,
    Shaun

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    I'm not sure I understand what problem you are really trying to solve or
    how anyone would know for sure when the problem has really been solved.

    >Does have experience with using images stored in 9i's interMedia
    >product with form image controls?
    I don't think that Oracle's 9i interMedia, is germain to what you want to do.

    >Let’s say I have a web-based form.
    >I would like to upload an image from the desktop
    The webform client is a piece of s/w called a Browser.
    It does not necessarily have a "desktop" associated with it.

    > into the form image control (let's just assume this is easy).
    Which is a faulty assumption.

    >Once the image is in the control,
    What needs to be done when any control/object that is part of the form changes? I've always had to recompile the form to make the change
    available to others.

    >I would like to share this same image file with others through
    >interMedia but also be able to maintain the image in the form
    >the next time I start the application.


    >Is this possible??
    I don't think so.

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