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Loop through images in user selected directory

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Hello, how can I allow the user to select a folder on their computer then loop through the folder and upload/process each image to a folder on the server. The only files in the folder are images(jpg.png, gif).

I know how to upload the file and process the image. I need help with the user to select the folder of images they want to upload and the looping part.

Thanks!
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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modify your file upload control
http://forums.asp.net/t/1055358.aspx/1
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Thanks, I worked though that and found ajaxupload.com.
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