This article describes an All-In-One Code Framework sample that is available for downloading. This code sample demonstrates how to display and to upload images in an ASP.NET FormView control. This code sample also demonstrates how to implement Insert, Edit, Update, Delete and Paging functions in the FormView control.
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This sample includes the following two pages:
The Default page populates a FormView control by using data from a SQL Server database. The Default page provides a user interface (UI) for data manipulation.
In both the InsertItemTemplate template and the EditItemTemplate template, there is a FileUpload control for getting the specified image file when you perform an insert operation or an update operation. The following code uses a FileUpload control:
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