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Microsoft, .NET, 2005, asp.net 2., Could not find a part of the path '<file path>'  when uploading a file (after hosting on the server ,it works properly in my local mechine)

Posted on 2008-10-14
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when uploading a file using FTP , in my local mechine the whole functionality is working good....
where as after hosted on the server except file uploading functionality remaining part of the project is working properly...
when uploading file i got an error:
Could not find a part of the path 'C:\Documents and Settings\user\Desktop\New Folder\Uniq.zip'
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Create a temp "upload" folder in ur application folder...

Upload the file firstly to this folder.

And after that upload this file to the ftp server...
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