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how to access local browser files

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Hi, I need to create a form with browse button, to browse and copy the files in local system to my webpage textbox.

how can i write codings?

I am in asp.net platform and using vb coding to develop the application.

for example, file attachment while sending email.
Apr 24 '07 #1
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Frinavale
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Hi, I need to create a form with browse button, to browse and copy the files in local system to my webpage textbox.

how can i write codings?

I am in asp.net platform and using vb coding to develop the application.

for example, file attachment while sending email.
There is a control in .NET called FileUpload.
You can drag this control from your Toolbox (under standard controls) onto your form and use it to allow people to upload files.

More information on this control can be found on MSDN's website here.

Cheers!

-Frinny
Apr 24 '07 #2

P: 64
Thanks for your reply.

Now i need to display the browsed file content in my webpage while file selection from browsing itself.

For example, If i am selecting an image file(*.jpg) in browser means i need to display the image file content in my webpage/imagebutton at the same time.

any idea?
Apr 25 '07 #3

Frinavale
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Thanks for your reply.

Now i need to display the browsed file content in my webpage while file selection from browsing itself.

For example, If i am selecting an image file(*.jpg) in browser means i need to display the image file content in my webpage/imagebutton at the same time.

any idea?

That I'm not sure how to do.

I'd think that you'd have to upload the file first so that the server has a file to read from in order to display it in the webpage.

-Frinny
Apr 25 '07 #4

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