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MULTI FILE UPLOAD

Posted on 2013-11-10
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Please find the attached C# code as a reference.   The Upload function is working for "fileUpload1"; however, not for "fileUpload2" .   When I submit with "fileUpload2" containing the file only #1 goes into the data base.    


protected void btnSubmit_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        if (fileUpload1.HasFile)
        {
           
            fname = fileUpload1.FileName;
            spath = @"~\Uploaded\" + fileUpload1.FileName;
            fpath = Server.MapPath("~/Uploaded");
            fpath = fpath + @"\" + fileUpload1.FileName;            
            txtSubject1 = txtSubject.Text;
            Ship1 = Ship.Text;
            Sta1 = Sta.Text;
             
            if (System.IO.File.Exists(fpath))
            {
                Label1.Text = "File Name already exists!";
                return;
            }
            else
            {
                fileUpload1.SaveAs(fpath);
            }
            //Store details in the SQL Server table
            StoreDetails();
            txtSubject.Text = "";
            Ship.Text = "";
            Sta.Text = "";
            
        }
        else
        {
            Label1.Text="Please select file!";
        }


        if (fileUpload2.HasFile)
        {

            fname = fileUpload2.FileName;
            spath = @"~\Uploaded\" + fileUpload2.FileName;
            fpath = Server.MapPath("~/Uploaded");
            fpath = fpath + @"\" + fileUpload2.FileName;
            txtSubject1 = txtSubject.Text;
            Ship1 = Ship.Text;
            Sta1 = Sta.Text;

            if (System.IO.File.Exists(fpath))
            {
                Label1.Text = "File Name already exists!";
                return;
            }
            else
            {
                fileUpload2.SaveAs(fpath);
            }
            //Store details in the SQL Server table
            StoreDetails();
            txtSubject.Text = "";
            Ship.Text = "";
            Sta.Text = "";

        }
        else
        {
            Label2.Text = "Please select file!";
        }


    }
    void StoreDetails()
 {
     String query;
     query = "insert into fileDet(fname,fpath,desc1,Ship,Sta,Dates) values('" + fname + "','" + spath + "','" + txtSubject1 + "','" + Ship1 + "','" + Sta1 + "','" + DateTime.Now + "')";
     sqlcon.Open();
     sqlcmd = new SqlCommand(query, sqlcon);
     sqlcmd.CommandType = CommandType.Text;
     sqlcmd.ExecuteNonQuery();
     sqlcon.Close();

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protected void btnSubmit_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        if (fileUpload1.HasFile)
        {
           
            fname = fileUpload1.FileName;
            spath = @"~\Uploaded\" + fileUpload1.FileName;
            fpath = Server.MapPath("~/Uploaded");
            fpath = fpath + @"\" + fileUpload1.FileName;            
            txtSubject1 = txtSubject.Text;
            Ship1 = Ship.Text;
            Sta1 = Sta.Text;
             
            if (System.IO.File.Exists(fpath))
            {
                Label1.Text = "File Name already exists!";
                return;
            }
            else
            {
                fileUpload1.SaveAs(fpath);
            }
            //Store details in the SQL Server table
            StoreDetails();
            txtSubject.Text = "";
            Ship.Text = "";
            Sta.Text = "";
           
        }
        else
        {
            Label1.Text="Please select file!";
        }


        if (fileUpload2.HasFile)
        {

            fname = fileUpload2.FileName;
            spath = @"~\Uploaded\" + fileUpload2.FileName;
            fpath = Server.MapPath("~/Uploaded");
            fpath = fpath + @"\" + fileUpload2.FileName;
            txtSubject1 = txtSubject.Text;
            Ship1 = Ship.Text;
            Sta1 = Sta.Text;

            if (System.IO.File.Exists(fpath))
            {
                Label1.Text = "File Name already exists!";
                return;
            }
            else
            {
                fileUpload2.SaveAs(fpath);
            }
            //Store details in the SQL Server table
            StoreDetails();
            txtSubject.Text = "";
            Ship.Text = "";
            Sta.Text = "";

        }
        else
        {
            Label2.Text = "Please select file!";
        }


    }
    void StoreDetails()
 {
     String query;
     query = "insert into fileDet(fname,fpath,desc1,Ship,Sta,Dates) values('" + fname + "','" + spath + "','" + txtSubject1 + "','" + Ship1 + "','" + Sta1 + "','" + DateTime.Now + "')";
     sqlcon.Open();
     sqlcmd = new SqlCommand(query, sqlcon);
     sqlcmd.CommandType = CommandType.Text;
     sqlcmd.ExecuteNonQuery();
     sqlcon.Close();
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Question by:BOEING39
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by:Paul Jackson
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Have you tried stepping through the code to see when/if an error occurs?

Are any of your database fields mandatory as you are setting several field to empty string after calling StoreDetails() for the first upload file :

txtSubject.Text = "";
            Ship.Text = "";
            Sta.Text = "";

so maybe you are getting an error when you call StoreDetails() for the 2nd file upload because these fields are blank.
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by:BOEING39
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When I attach a file to fleUpload1 the attached file is Uploaded to the "Uploads" folder along with the corresponding text being entered into the respective data base.  

When I attach a file to "fileUpload2" the same text information should go to the data base and the fileUpload2 attachment should be sent to the Uploads folder.  This is not occurring.
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