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Insert Date and no duplicates

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 11, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

 I am importing images names from a file into a database by using the code below.

When I import the image names, I aslo want to add a date of "June 12, 2009" in the DATE column.

Finally, I do not want to import any duplicates.

Is there something I can change in this code to make that happen?

 

declare @cmd varchar(1000)

set @cmd = 'dir "D:\images\REVIVE\" /b'

 

if (object_id('ImageTable..tblimages') is not null)

begin

insert into tblimages (imgname)

execute xp_cmdshell @cmd

delete e

from tblimages e

where ISNULL(e.imgname, '') = ''

 

select *

from tblimages

 end

else

create table tblimages ([id] int identity(1,1), imgname varchar(1000))

 

insert into tblimages (imgname)

execute xp_cmdshell @cmd

 

delete e

from tblimages e

where ISNULL(e.imgname, '') = ''

 

select *

from tblimages




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