C# - File Upload Multiple Files In .net (similar To Gmail)?
Apr 22, 2010
I have a File Upload Control, so i click the 'Browse' button and when i select a file from the select file dialog, i want the file to be shown as a link below the File Upload Control( somewhat similar to gmail). This file should be seen such a way that it can be deleted, if i wanted to. And also i should be able to upload another file from the File Upload control.All these files should be uploaded to a location when i use a button click event in the end.
[URL] .... I am referring to the link given mentioned above, i want to save image details into database of each file, if i select two files i want to save filename in database in each row. ist file in 1 row , second file in next row with file name.
Im using a file uploader to upoad files to a folder used for upload.But the problem is this folder is a linux folder. I have made it a shared folder so that I can access from windows by samba. So, file transfer is successful when I'm using os but when I try to upload something from my websites uploader to this folder, this process is not successful. I have given all permissions to this folder.Don't know whats the problem.I have used both type of slashes for directory but still it is not successful.
good way to upload multiple files at the same time? I currently am able to upload one file at a time, but would like to be able to select them all and then upload. Right now i am using asp: FileUpload control to upload the files, I know I could just use several of these and then loop them in the code behind to upload, but the pages I am working on have different amount of images to upload.
I have worked on 2 so far, and the first page I had to upload 12 items, while the second page I had 9 to upload. So i don't want to have a ton of these on the screen. Is there anyway i could use a ListBox or something to load them all in the listbox then loop through the box? I would prefer to have a listbox or textbox even, then have like 12 FileUpload's on the page.
I have an ASPX Page that contains a fileuploader, I want to know how can I upload multiple files together to server and also create a new folder on Server and then upload these files into this new folder!
Im currently working on a project where i have a form that users fill out in order to submit issues.My ask is to give the user the ability to upload multiple files together with the form submission and also go back each time they have an update and upload more if they need.The way i have it right now is that i only have one FileUpload Control and once the Save button is clicked the file is save in the database together with the form info.
I already has a separate table for the files with reference to the ticket but im just not sure how can i allow the user to submit as many files as they want in an easy way.
Is there simply no way to grab multiple files and upload them at the same time via a webform? I have searched everywhere and I cannot find a single code example. The best that I can find is selecting one file at a time to a listbox for holding and then uploading. This is NOT going to work for me.
the first file selected uploads perfectly - every subsequent file is 0bytes. The code for the upload button is presented below.
Protected Sub cmdUpload_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles cmdUpload.Click Dim hfc As HttpFileCollection = Request.Files For i As Integer = 0 To hfc.Count - 1 If i < 9 Then team = "/Team0" & i + 1 & "/" If i > 8 Then team = "/Team" & i + 1 & "/" Dim myFtpWebRequest As FtpWebRequest
I have an entity called a file which is the main part of my project. The file has invoices and timesheets captured against it. So I have a file tab with info about the file, like FileNumber, Vessedl, Voyage etc. Now I need to be able to upload documents for the file. So I will add an uploads tab. But the uploaded documents need to be saved for the specified file the user uploads it for. then when a user opens a file I need to show the documents for that file in a list of some sort. the best way to do this. What's the best way to upload multiple files? should I store all the info in my database?