Easy way: Third party component (EZUpload/ASPUpload, or similar). Just register it on the server and then call it when needed<BR><BR>Hard way: Code an upload component (tutorials are around).<BR><BR>Craig.
Tutorials?! For writing it yourself, or for getting a plug-in?!<BR><BR>ASPUpload is available from www.persits.com from what I remember, and if you search www.4guysfromrolla.com for EZUpload, I'm sure you'll find it there.<BR><BR>Both of those plug-ins have sample code and documentation. They also have free versions available.<BR><BR>For writing an upload component yourself, I think EZUpload Lite comes with the source code, if you want to copy it... Otherwise check www.blackbeltvb.com or www.15seconds.com.<BR><BR>BackBeltVB has a tutorial of how to upload using ASP alone, and 15seconds.com has a tutorial of how to create a VB ActiveX DLL to do the work for you (you will need VBStudio 6).<BR><BR>Craig.