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How do you encorporeate upload using VB.i want to upload a file from on drive to another for a desktop application.
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by:Ryan Chong
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Hi sammer08,

Via LAN or Internet?
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by:segan
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Hi Sameer,

If you want to upload files from one system to another system in LAN
1) you can use FileSystemObjects or FileCopy statement with appropriate path(assuming you have access permissions)

ex: FileCopy "C:\File1.TXT" "\\System2\SharedFolder1\File1.txt"

2)you can use MS Internet Transfer Control with FTP protocol.(More examples are in MSDN)

If you meant anything other than these, state clearly what you want.

Selva.
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segan,

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ohya, welcome to EE :)
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by:segan
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ryancys,

yep, i am much aware of what a comment is and what a answer is.

My answer is very staight forward, if you use LAN, option 1 will solve ur prob. if you use internet, option 2 will solve ur prob. There is noting to unsure about.understand?

If you are an intermediate vb programmer, at least, you can convert the same into solution!

Solution(!?-better you can go for online forums!) you have posted is COMMENT.
Mine is ANSWER!
:)
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segan,

I encourage you to re-read the EE Guidelines (http://devx.experts-exchange.com/jsp/cmtyQuestAnswer.jsp) specifically the section under:
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I realize you are new here and mistakes happen.

Thanks,
Anthony
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