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   This is my problem i want to upload a whole folder(or) i need to save all the files in the folder to sql database from client machine to server machine..
     i need to save a whole folder files to server in a single button click..
        There is two option to get the folder path. Option 1 is i can give some control and give path for the folder
 Option 2 is i may give static path for that folder. we may take any of one option..
    If option 2 is possible that is very good... i think its not possible..
        In web based program if feel there is no folder Browse control is there...
        When i click a button it should automatically save all the files one by one to sql database as a binary in image column..
  It all should from client to server not server to server...
 I should not use activex ... If unable to find solution we may go for activex but pls keep in mind if we use
activex then in client machine it should not ask to download... dll.... or any think...

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How large are the files likely to be? You can use msxml2.xmlhttp to send files to teh server and it can be automated but if they are large it will be hard work. The user will also have to allow unsafe ActiveX. It cannot be done automatically with pure HTML.

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