ASP File Object
The File object is utilized to return data about a predefined file.
The File Object
The File object is utilized to return data about a predetermined file.
To work with the properties and strategies for the File object, you should make a case of the File object through the FileSystemObject object. First; make a FileSystemObject item and afterward instantiate the File object through the GetFile strategy for the FileSystemObject object or through the Files property of the Folder object.
The following code utilizes the GetFile strategy for the FileSystemObject item to instantiate the File object and the DateCreated property to restore the date when the predefined record was created:
Response.Write("File made: " & f.DateCreated)
The File item's properties and techniques are portrayed below:
|Attributes||Sets or returns the traits of a predetermined file|
|DateCreated||Returns the date and time when a predetermined record was created|
|DateLastAccessed||Returns the date and time when a predetermined record was last accessed|
|DateLastModified||Returns the date and time when a predetermined record was last modified|
|Drive||Returns the drive letter of the drive where a predetermined record or envelope resides|
|Name||Sets or returns the name of a predetermined file|
|ParentFolder||Returns the envelope object for the parent of the predetermined file|
|Path||Returns the way for a predetermined file|
|ShortName||Returns the short name of a predetermined record (the 8.3 naming convention)|
|ShortPath||Returns the short way of a predetermined record (the 8.3 naming convention)|
|Size||Returns the size, in bytes, of a predetermined file|
|Type||Returns the sort of a predefined file|
|Copy||Copies a predefined document from one area to another|
|Delete||Deletes a predefined file|
|Move||Moves a predefined document from one area to another|
|OpenAsTextStream||Opens a predefined document and returns a TextStream item to get to the file|