Well, here it comes, the moment you've all been waiting for! ... Probably
not - oh well. I think I have image uploads up and working now
(auto-thumbnailing isn't there yet) but it *is* smart enough to
remove any damaging url characters (more on those in a bit) and to make
sure it isn't going to overwrite any other images already in the folder!
How cool is that?
It turns out certain characters are not allowed in the path of a URL...
go figure right? They seem to be the following symbols:
?. Thankfully I've learned quite a bit about using regular
expressions so removing them in the code is quite easy, just one simple
function call. Checking them in SQL server, however, is an entirely
different matter! Check this out:
SET @Title =
REPLACE(@Title , ' ', ''),
which does the same exact thing as
Regex.Replace(szPath, @"[\.&:\?]", String.Empty);
minus stripping the + and space characters.
Anywho, the reason you are here... drumroll please...
WOOHOO! IT WORKED! YAYAYAYAYAYAYAY!
That small image above is a picture from the awesome game of Oblivion
(with a few mods of course (and a few mods meaning 100+)). Oh, and
comments will be coming soon... since I want to show off my AJAX script
that I wrote.