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I have a website And have a windows application, how can I access the files on my website and show them in windows forms(C#)
Posted 7-Apr-12 2:25am
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Solution 1

What files? Do you mean some common files, such as Word documents? Or the html or aspx files of the website?

For the former you could create a webservice to expose the files to both applications. For the latter, why?
SinaNadi at 7-Apr-12 9:00am
I have some jpg, png or .. file
there's somthing that makes folder dynamically in website
I want the list of one of the directories
Mark Nischalke at 7-Apr-12 18:36pm
Create a web service.
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Solution 2

If you don't want to create a Web service and really want to work with some existing Web site, you can do it using the techniques of Web scraping. Please see:[^].

Basically, you will need to use the class System.Net.HttpWebRequest, please see:[^].

For some more detail, please see my past answers:
get specific data from web page[^],
How to get the data from another site[^].


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