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Posted on 2007-03-26
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I'm using this to write images to the server

 Request.Files[IntLoop].SaveAs(Server.MapPath(".\\hotels\\hotel_images\\" + hotelid + "_"+ (IntLoop + 1) + "." + exts));

How can I force it to overwrite the image if exists, I keep getting
The process cannot access the file ....
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Question by:Gary
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by:rdivilbiss
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Does IUSR_machinename have write access to the folder?
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by:kevp75
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you also made need to see if the file is read-only...

I wonder if there is a flag to do the overwrite....
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by:Gary
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There is full access to the folder, when the image doesnt exist in the first place its fine, messing around I did a delete first if the image existed followed by a sleep before writing the new image - but this is impractical
As Kev said there must be some flag, in vb you add True to the end of the argument, but this doesnt work in c#
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by:Gary
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After some testing the problem seems to lie in the getimage.aspx, when I remove the call to this page the uploading works fine, but I can't see what the problem is with this file, everything is disposed etc

You can get the full script at
http://eyeonireland.com/upload.aspx.txt
http://eyeonireland.com/getimage.aspx.txt

...if you want to try testing locally.
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by:Gary
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Ahh solved it, wasnt disposing of
i = System.Drawing.Image.FromFile(strFilename)

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