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How Do I Open Windows Explorer From a Form?

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I need to create a form that among other things will ask the user for the location of a file.  How do I open a Windows Explorer window that will allow the user to select his/her file and how do I capture that selection?  Upon submitting this form a SAS program will execute and will need to know the location of the user's file.

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<input name="filebrowse" type="file" size="30">
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that will allow the user to browse locally for a file
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Following from above:

>> need to know the location of the user's file.
The input mechanism is a simple file upload component for the user - you won't get any data on the location of the file prior to upload. It merely places that file on your server...
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