Now, I want to know if it is possible to implement a Save File Dialog or the like in ASP.NET. I am not sure of what should I use. I am thinking that maybe I could do a work around with the file upload control but I am not sure of how to proceed.
The scenario is this...
I have an export to excel button (nothing unsual since a lot of applications has this kind of functionality).
For now, I am only saving directly to the server. Problem is, the one who will be needing the file is the user in a client computer.
So I want him to be able to browse the path in which he would like to save the file and assign a filename to it. Here, I do not know what to use for the Save File Dialog Box. So this is Problem 1.
Let's assume that the client has already selected the path and assigned a filename. Now, he clicks export. Problem 2, how will I save the excel file in a client computer?
I have already finished the codes to save Excel file using Workbook and worksheets but currently, I am only able to save it in a server with a static path and filename. Any ideas on what control, language, or technology I need to use to achieve this?
This post has been edited by November-06: 25 September 2012 - 02:10 AM