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retain the value of postedfile during postback

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I need to keep the value of  Input File after doing the postback at same form, how to do it?
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by:vinodhsomasekharan
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Hai,

I hope u cannot retain the value of the Input File Control.... once the page is posted back..

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Vinodh
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vinodhsomasekharan earned 50 total points
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Hai,

 Due to security reasons.. the InputFile control cannot be initialized programmatically either on server/client side..

just refer the following link
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=266087

Regards
Vinodh
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by:Sammy
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Vinodh is 100% correct in his answer.

Please do NOT consider my post as answer since your question have been properly answered by Vinodh

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