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The FileUpLoad control enables you to upload file to the server. It displays a text box control and a browse button that allow users to select a file to upload to the server.

The user specifies the file to upload by entering the fully qualified path to the file on the local computer (for example, "C:\MyFiles\TestFile.txt") in the text box of the control. Alternately, the user can select the file by clicking the Browse button and then locating it in the Choose File dialog box. The FileUpload control does not automatically save a file to the server after the user selects the file to upload. You must explicitly provide a control or mechanism to allow the user to submit the specified file. For example, you can provide a button that the user clicks to upload the file. The code that you write to save the specified file should call the SaveAs method, which saves the contents of a file to a specified path on the server. Typically, the SaveAs method is called in an event-handling method for an event that raises a post back to the server. For example, if you provide a button to submit a file, you could place the code to save the file inside the event-handling method for the button's click event.

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