In a comment by Tom Rolseth on his current question, he asked the general question that - quite surprisingly - seems to be not answered here:

Can I upload file attachements, e.g. query plans?

If so, how is it done, and are there any restrictions?

The FAQ explains how to upload images. However, I'm not sure whether this works for images, too.

asked 31 Jul '10, 21:17

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Stackexchange does not support file attachments - see here. The suggested method is to put your file on some other site and link to it in your question/answer.

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answered 31 Jul '10, 21:35

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Ahhh, but will "CulpExchange" support image and file uploading?

(01 Aug '10, 10:02) Breck Carter

@Breck: That's my question, too, especially since posting plans, longer scripts etc. are so common (and necessary, methinks) in the NNTP forums and are really easy to do. - Therefore I feel an easy way to upload here (or on the coming site) would be very useful.

(01 Aug '10, 14:17) Volker Barth

New tag suggestion: "CulpFiction":)

(01 Aug '10, 14:18) Volker Barth
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Yes, we agree with you - being able to add attachments of arbitrary type is an important feature - and we're looking at the issue.

(01 Aug '10, 18:55) Mark Culp
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Follow-up note: SQLA2 supports attachments of arbitrary content so you can upload your query plans, sample code, etc. directly on this site.

(18 Mar '11, 11:59) Mark Culp
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