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Default Move files from client to server using webservice

I host all of my sites at asphostportal.com. I have a windows application in my client system and a web service hosted in server.

I want to transfer an image file (scanned image) from client's windows form application to a folder in server having web service. Can anyone help me?

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Default Move filles from client to Server

In ASP.Net, Using FileUpload control, you can easily transfer the file from client to server at a specified location.

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http://forums.asp.net/t/1239801.aspx...ient+to+Server
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if you have a distributed system. i.e. your file server is a different server than your web server and your file server has a web service to upload files on to it. then you would use a fileupload control to get the file contents on to the web server then you make a call to your file server via a service reference/client to move it to the file server.

if you have a thin/or thick client app the concept is still the same you make call to the web service to upload the file.
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