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Hi all,

I was wondering what the best approach for multiple file upload is these days?

The task I want to do is to upload ALL files (or those with *.xml extension only) in a given folder of the client to a folder on the webserver...

Of the thousand ways to do this, what would be the cleanest way knowing that it needs to run on IE6 / Win XP and IE 8 / Win7 in an intranet?

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Hi there,

This is not easy / possible to do with pure ASP.NET alone. Instead, you could take a look at either a Flash based solution or an Active X component that runs at the client. For more info: http://www.google.com/#sclient=psy&h...e+upload+flash

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Thanks for the suggestion Imar.

I think I'll go for a workinstruction (because of painfull company rules to deploy ActiveX controls) and have people zip their files , upload this zipfile and then unzip it with SharpZipLib.
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Hi,
I am new in software development filed, and trying to upload Multiple file but do not know how to do it, so please advice me in that..
 


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