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Workaround for Directory.GetDirectories on restrictive shared host

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Last Modified: 2013-12-25
Hi, I'm trying to upload an asp.net site that I didn't write to a shared host - GoDaddy.com. Apparently because of their restrictive security policies I am unable to read subdirectories within my own site. The code it's balking on is: Directory.GetDirectories - please see below. Is there any other way to get this information or does anyone have a way around this problem? GoDaddy's technical support knows very little about asp.net and can't help.

Thanks.


lsubbdirs = Directory.GetDirectories(ltargdirr);
		lprevfold = "STARTING FOLDER NAME" ;

		foreach(string ldirrname in lsubbdirs) {
			ldirrfold = ldirrname.Substring(12) ;
			if (ldirrfold.IndexOf("-XXX-")>0){
				if (ldirrfold.Substring(0,5)!= lprevfold.Substring(0,5)){
					foldlist.Items.Add(new ListItem("-------------------------","")) ;
					foldlist.Items.Add(new ListItem(ldirrfold,ldirrfold)) ;
				}else{
					foldlist.Items.Add(new ListItem(ldirrfold,ldirrfold)) ;
				}//endif
			}//endif
			lprevfold = ldirrfold ;
		}//endfor

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