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string FileName = Path.GetFileName(FileUpload1.PostedFile.FileName);
                string path = Server.MapPath("~//Images//" + FileName);
                string imagepathsource = path;
                string imagepathdest = @"D:\\" + Session["brandname"].ToString() + "\\" + Seasonfolders.SelectedItem.Text + "\\" + stylefolders.SelectedItem.Text + "\\Images\\" + FileName;
                File.Move(imagepathsource, imagepathdest);
                uploadedimage.ImageUrl = MapPath("D://" + Session["brandname"].ToString() + "//" + Seasonfolders.SelectedItem.Text + "//" + stylefolders.SelectedItem.Text + "//Images//" + FileName);

Just a small doubt.

By the above code, I just upload an image. My program(.sln) file is in E:\\Folder1\\Folder2 and I save the image in above directory and moved that file to my destination folder. The file successfully moved. I need to display the uploaded image using Image.url which I've specified using the folder. But the error throws as Expected Virtual path not physical path.
How do I show the path, in the directory used below..

Thanks in advance

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Sriram Ramachandran 15-May-14 6:06am    
Thanks Nilesh..I got the problem solved but the image has not been displayed. The image path is right when debugging but nothing displays.... Do I need to add any code??
Sriram Ramachandran 15-May-14 6:11am    
I could see the page is getting refreshed when I hit the Upload button. The function for the button is the above code...
You ll have to load the image as a byte stream

for example: the VB code i use:-

Dim FileName As String = Path.GetFileName(FileUpload1.PostedFile.FileName)

Dim imageSize As Byte() = New Byte(FileUpload1.PostedFile.ContentLength - 1) {}
Dim uploadedImage__1 As HttpPostedFile = FileUpload1.PostedFile

uploadedImage__1.InputStream.Read(imageSize, 0, CInt(FileUpload1.PostedFile.ContentLength))

Image1.ImageUrl = "data:image/png;base64," + Convert.ToBase64String(imageSize)
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