Asp.net Basics : Uploading a file in asp.net using validations (Part 5 of 5)

This is a part 5 of the 5 part tutorial.
If you are visiting this page for the first time then you must visit part 1 of the tutorial
on how to upload a file on server here

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File Upload in asp.net : v1.4final

In last 4 tutorials we discussed how to upload the file on server and validate the file with various validations. This is the last part of tutorial where all the validations are used at once.

Here is the final C# code clubbed into all one

and here are the outputs, all the outputs are explained within the description of image

Situation : Uploading a file which has a limit of 2MB and the file type limit is it should be a “.pdf” file.

This is the structure of file upload system, this image should be used as reference while studying the code

This is the structure of file upload system, this image should be used as reference while studying the code

This is a condition where the file type uploaded is correct but the file size limit exceeded.

This is a condition where the file type uploaded is correct but the file size limit exceeded.

This is the state where the file size limit is under 2MB but the file type is incorrect.

This is the state where the file size limit is under 2MB but the file type is incorrect.

This is the state where all the conditions are true and the file is finally uploaded.

This is the state where all the conditions are true and the file is finally uploaded.

This is the state where no file is uploaded and the user clicks the upload button.

This is the state where no file is uploaded and the user clicks the upload button.

That’s all for file uploading system. Hope you enjoyed the article. Please share it in/with your groups/circles/friends and do comment if liked the article.

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