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try to upload document and save in directory and in database also when i upload document it saves in directory but not in database here is upload document code

if (FileUploadControl.PostedFile != null && FileUploadControl.PostedFile.ContentLength
  < 102400)
            string filename = Path.GetFileName(FileUploadControl.PostedFile.FileName);
            string folder = Server.MapPath("~/Docfiles/");
            FileUploadControl.PostedFile.SaveAs(Path.Combine(folder, filename));
                up.fileupladdd(Txt_docde.Value, txt_dname.Value,
             FileUploadControl.FileName, Convert.ToInt32(DropDownList1.SelectedValue),
                StatusLabel.Text = "Success";
                StatusLabel.Text = "Failed";

        Txt_docde.Value = "";
        txt_dname.Value = "";

and sp of upload file is

ALTER procedure [dbo].[fileuplaod]
   @DocDesciption nvarchar(50),
   @DocName nvarchar(50),
   @Uploadfile nvarchar(50),
  @DocTypeID int,
  @DepID int,
  @UserID int
 insert into DocumentInfo(DocDesciption ,DocName,Uploadfile,DocTypeID,DepID ,UserID)
  values(@DocDesciption,@DocName,@Uploadfile,@DocTypeID,@DepID ,@UserID)

where is the problem occur?
Richard C Bishop 30-Sep-13 17:28pm    
You are not calling your stored procedure anywhere in the code you provided.
Diya Ayesa 30-Sep-13 17:35pm    
and then this function i call in code
Diya Ayesa 30-Sep-13 17:35pm    
i call my sp in function this is
public void fileupladdd(string DocDesc, string Docname, string file, int doctypeid, int depid, int UserID,string UploadedBy)
db.ExecuteNonQuery("fileuplaod", new object[] { DocDesc, Docname, file, doctypeid, depid, UserID,UploadedBy });

MuhammadUSman1 30-Sep-13 23:46pm    
You should execute Store Procedure using code to save values in Data Base.
MuhammadUSman1 1-Oct-13 0:00am    
I add solution please check if any issue let me know.

I think your stored procedure call may be problematic. try something like this

SqlConnection PubsConn = new SqlConnection 
   ("your connection string here");
SqlCommand testCMD = new SqlCommand 
   ("fileuplaod", PubsConn);

testCMD.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure;

SqlParameter DocDesc = testCMD.Parameters.Add 
   ("@DocDesciption", SqlDbType.NVarChar, 50);
DocDesc.Direction = ParameterDirection.Input;
SqlParameter DocName= testCMD.Parameters.Add 
   ("@DocName ", SqlDbType.NVarChar, 50);
DocName.Direction = ParameterDirection.Input;
// Add other parameters as well

DocDesc.Value = "set document description here";
DocName.Value = "set document name here";
//set other parameter values here


testCMD.ExecuteNonQuery ().ToString() ;
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the error exist here because you send the same argument twice and your method has 6 paramater only
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Diya Ayesa 1-Oct-13 9:42am    
i remove last one but it still nt upload documents
public void fileupladdd(string DocDesc, string Docname, string file, int doctypeid, int depid, int UserID, string UploadedBy)
           //db.ExecuteNonQuery("fileuplaod", new object[] { DocDesc, Docname, file, doctypeid, depid, UserID, UploadedBy });
           Hashtable hash = new Hashtable();
           hash.Add("@DocDesc", DocDesc);
           hash.Add("@Docname", Docname);
           hash.Add("@file", file);
           hash.Add("@doctypeid", doctypeid);
           hash.Add("@depid", depid);
           hash.Add("@UserID", UserID);
           hash.Add("@UploadedBy", UploadedBy);
           ExecuteStoreProcedure("youspname here", hash);


       public int ExecuteStoreProcedure(string spName, Hashtable param)
               using (_DbConn = new SqlConnection(_sConString))
                    SqlCommand _DbCommand = new SqlCommand();
                   _DbCommand.CommandText = spName;
                   _DbCommand.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure;
                   _DbCommand.Connection = _DbConn;
                   foreach (string para in param.Keys)
                       _DbCommand.Parameters.AddWithValue(para, param[para]);
                   return _DbCommand.ExecuteNonQuery();
           catch (Exception)

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