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how to rename already existing directoryinfo ,without deleting it using asp.net codes
kindly please send me answer
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Question by:sdeepu
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Simple..

System.IO.Directory.Move("c:\\dir1","c:\\dir2");

Enjoy!
Pratap

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by:kumvjuec
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Use the MoveTo memeber function
See the example, Just specify the path of the parent directory of the place where you want it to moveto.

using System;
using System.IO;

public class MoveToTest
{
    public static void Main()
    {

        // Make a reference to a directory.
        DirectoryInfo di = new DirectoryInfo("TempDir");

        // Create the directory only if it does not already exist.
        if (di.Exists == false)
            di.Create();

        // Create a subdirectory in the directory just created.
        DirectoryInfo dis = di.CreateSubdirectory("SubDir");

        // Move the main directory. Note that the contents move with the directory.
        if (Directory.Exists("NewTempDir") == false)
            di.MoveTo("NewTempDir");

    }
}
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