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upload image to SS db programmatically

upload image to SS db programmatically

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(Running SilverStream 3.7.5)

Is there a directory on the hard drive where I can put images (that get
created at runtime) and have SilverStream serve them when needed, i.e.,
have them accessible via a URL?

If not, then as the subject of this post suggests, is there a way to
upload these images programmatically at runtime to the SilverStream
server so that they are accessible? (Please provide an example if
possible.)

Is there a better way to do this?  Basically, images of charts/graphs get
generated by end users. They want to save the image and then be able to
see it again later. I don't know where to put the image in order to allow
this to happen.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Brian Barnett

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