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for (var i = 0; i < $('input[name="documentType"').length; i++) {
var file = $('input[name="fileInput"').get(i).files[0];
var docTypeId = $('input[name="documentType"')[i].value;
if (file != undefined && docTypeId != undefined) {
fileTotCnt = fileTotCnt + 1;

What I have tried:

The above is my coder oinly taking the image name. I want the full path with file name with the extension in jquery plz help
Updated 10-Nov-19 23:32pm

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You can't get this for security reasons. To preempt your next question; no there is no way around this.

There is no need for you to know the client path anyway as there is nothing you can reasonably do with that information. If you think you need it then explain why and someone can probably provide an alternative solution.
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