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Problem in uploading a folder

Hi,
I am facing a different problem in my application. In that I am uploading a
folder that contain only images. Everything was done and was working fine
too. When I executed the application using the localhost it works fine. But
when my machine acts as a client and executes the application from another
machine (considered as the server) it is telling that the folder is not
found, even if the folder is present in the client machine. The path it takes
for verification is the server path. When I traced to check the value for the
folder path, along with the path string the symbol "@" is also coming (not as
a part of the path string but is attached with the path string). Because of
that, it is refferring the path in the server. I am directly typing the
folder path in a text box. The validation happens when the user clicks the
button for uploading. Also one more validation for the file name is that the
name should be the same as that of a value in the database.
Is there any way to eliminate the problem. Can anyone help me in this regards.

Thanks in advance,
N.Ramakrishnan
Nov 21 '05 #1
4 1496
Hi,

Maybe one of these will help.

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;323245

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;315832

Ken
------------------
"Ramakrishnan Nagarajan" <ra**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:9F**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
I am facing a different problem in my application. In that I am uploading
a
folder that contain only images. Everything was done and was working fine
too. When I executed the application using the localhost it works fine.
But
when my machine acts as a client and executes the application from another
machine (considered as the server) it is telling that the folder is not
found, even if the folder is present in the client machine. The path it
takes
for verification is the server path. When I traced to check the value for
the
folder path, along with the path string the symbol "@" is also coming (not
as
a part of the path string but is attached with the path string). Because
of
that, it is refferring the path in the server. I am directly typing the
folder path in a text box. The validation happens when the user clicks the
button for uploading. Also one more validation for the file name is that
the
name should be the same as that of a value in the database.
Is there any way to eliminate the problem. Can anyone help me in this
regards.

Thanks in advance,
N.Ramakrishnan

Nov 21 '05 #2
Hi,

Maybe one of these will help.

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;323245

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;315832

Ken
------------------
"Ramakrishnan Nagarajan" <ra**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:9F**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
I am facing a different problem in my application. In that I am uploading
a
folder that contain only images. Everything was done and was working fine
too. When I executed the application using the localhost it works fine.
But
when my machine acts as a client and executes the application from another
machine (considered as the server) it is telling that the folder is not
found, even if the folder is present in the client machine. The path it
takes
for verification is the server path. When I traced to check the value for
the
folder path, along with the path string the symbol "@" is also coming (not
as
a part of the path string but is attached with the path string). Because
of
that, it is refferring the path in the server. I am directly typing the
folder path in a text box. The validation happens when the user clicks the
button for uploading. Also one more validation for the file name is that
the
name should be the same as that of a value in the database.
Is there any way to eliminate the problem. Can anyone help me in this
regards.

Thanks in advance,
N.Ramakrishnan

Nov 21 '05 #3
Ken,
I visited this links but what it was saying about is to upload image files.
Now the problem is with configuring the path only. Even though I give the
path in local machine it is searching in the server only. I have no idea what
to do with it. Could you please help me out.
Regards,
N.Ramakrishnan
"Ken Tucker [MVP]" wrote:
Hi,

Maybe one of these will help.

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;323245

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;315832

Ken
------------------
"Ramakrishnan Nagarajan" <ra**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:9F**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
I am facing a different problem in my application. In that I am uploading
a
folder that contain only images. Everything was done and was working fine
too. When I executed the application using the localhost it works fine.
But
when my machine acts as a client and executes the application from another
machine (considered as the server) it is telling that the folder is not
found, even if the folder is present in the client machine. The path it
takes
for verification is the server path. When I traced to check the value for
the
folder path, along with the path string the symbol "@" is also coming (not
as
a part of the path string but is attached with the path string). Because
of
that, it is refferring the path in the server. I am directly typing the
folder path in a text box. The validation happens when the user clicks the
button for uploading. Also one more validation for the file name is that
the
name should be the same as that of a value in the database.
Is there any way to eliminate the problem. Can anyone help me in this
regards.

Thanks in advance,
N.Ramakrishnan


Nov 21 '05 #4
Ken,
I visited this links but what it was saying about is to upload image files.
Now the problem is with configuring the path only. Even though I give the
path in local machine it is searching in the server only. I have no idea what
to do with it. Could you please help me out.
Regards,
N.Ramakrishnan
"Ken Tucker [MVP]" wrote:
Hi,

Maybe one of these will help.

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;323245

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;315832

Ken
------------------
"Ramakrishnan Nagarajan" <ra**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:9F**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,
I am facing a different problem in my application. In that I am uploading
a
folder that contain only images. Everything was done and was working fine
too. When I executed the application using the localhost it works fine.
But
when my machine acts as a client and executes the application from another
machine (considered as the server) it is telling that the folder is not
found, even if the folder is present in the client machine. The path it
takes
for verification is the server path. When I traced to check the value for
the
folder path, along with the path string the symbol "@" is also coming (not
as
a part of the path string but is attached with the path string). Because
of
that, it is refferring the path in the server. I am directly typing the
folder path in a text box. The validation happens when the user clicks the
button for uploading. Also one more validation for the file name is that
the
name should be the same as that of a value in the database.
Is there any way to eliminate the problem. Can anyone help me in this
regards.

Thanks in advance,
N.Ramakrishnan


Nov 21 '05 #5

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