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MVC2: How do I use a HttpPostedFileWrapper to save the file?

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I see how to use the HttpPostedFileWrapper when allowing the user to upload a file. So now I need to use the HttpPostedFileWrapper for that file to save that file to disk on the server.

I do not need to parse the file and read it's contents in any way. I simply need to write it to a different location on the server.

How do I do that?

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newbieweb
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You should be able to just call the SaveAs() method of the wrapper, passing it a path and name to save to.
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