Thanks for the response, Robert, but I actually found an even neater way
to do it. All you have to do is :
fileLoc = Server.MapPath(".")
This will give you the path of whatever directory the current page is
located in. You can also do:
fileLoc = Server.MapPath("\")
fileLoc = Server.MapPath("..")
These will give you the parent directory.
If you need to set a path, then, you just concatenate "\whatever
directory" to fileLoc. Pretty cool :)
> well, server.mappath() does return tghe complete path, icnluding the
> driectory, so you just need to do some fancy string manipulation..
> for example:
> fileName = "somefile.asp"
> fileLoc = server.mappath(fileName)
> filePath = replace(fileLoc, fileName,"")
> At 04:46 PM 7/10/2001 +0000, you wrote:
> >I have an asp page that allows file uploads to the server. Right now,
> >directory is hard-coded into the page. However, in order to make the
> >more easily moved from one server to another, I would like to make the
> >folder name dynamic. I know you can use Server.MapPath(file) to get the
> >whole path of the file. This is what I would like to do for the
> >directory. Is there any way to do this?
> >Thank you!
> Robert Chartier
> Author, AspFree.com