...that you don't store the image in the database and then try to send it to the client. There are all sorts of problems with that.<BR><BR>Instead, only save the filename (and path, if required) in a text field and then copy the image into the relevant directory on your server. Then you can just do a <img src="<%=rs.Fields("ImagePath")%>"> to place the image onto the page.<BR><BR>Have a look at the following for more information:<BR><BR>http://www.aspfaqs.com/aspfaqs/ShowFAQ.asp?FAQID=172<BR><BR>Oliver.
What's the data type of the column in the database? I've heard some people having problems when it's not a "pure" binary stream in the database.<BR><BR>If it's got extra characters so that the database understands it's an image, those extra characters mean that the image cannot be correctly interpreted by the browser.<BR><BR>Craig.