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how to get folder path in asp.net

Posted on 2008-10-17
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Hi,


I want to dispaly folder strucute in asp.net list control. For this i want to diplay the existing folders in the list box.
exmaple: If folder is "GROUP" located on the web server. i want to dispaly tree structure of "GROUP" strating with "GROUP and subfolders in "GROUP" etc.

Can you please suggerest how can i acheive this.

Thanks.
Ram,
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You can use

System.IO.Directory.GetDirectories(<Path>) - get list of directories inside a directory, and sub directories
System.IO.Directory.GetFiles(<path>) - get list of files inside a file

after getting this list you can construct the tree structure in your code

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