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getting and saving (uploading) the file in FileUpload component

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hello all,

I have a question about saving an image file with it's thumbnail in vb.net.

I used the following code :

            If resim.PostedFile.ContentLength > 100 And resim.PostedFile.ContentLength < 10000000 And resim.PostedFile.ContentType.IndexOf("application") = -1 Then
                resim.SaveAs(Server.MapPath("firmadosyalari/a" + Session("firma").ToString + "/") + resim.FileName.ToString)
                If tf.bunuekle(" INSERT INTO firmaurunlerim " + _

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