DirectoryInfo.CreateSubdirectory Method (String, DirectorySecurity)

 

Creates a subdirectory or subdirectories on the specified path with the specified security. The specified path can be relative to this instance of the DirectoryInfo class.

Namespace:   System.IO
Assembly:  mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)

public DirectoryInfo CreateSubdirectory(
	string path,
	DirectorySecurity directorySecurity
)

Parameters

path
Type: System.String

The specified path. This cannot be a different disk volume or Universal Naming Convention (UNC) name.

directorySecurity
Type: System.Security.AccessControl.DirectorySecurity

The security to apply.

Return Value

Type: System.IO.DirectoryInfo

The last directory specified in path.

Exception Condition
ArgumentException

path does not specify a valid file path or contains invalid DirectoryInfo characters.

ArgumentNullException

path is null.

DirectoryNotFoundException

The specified path is invalid, such as being on an unmapped drive.

IOException

The subdirectory cannot be created.

-or-

A file or directory already has the name specified by path.

PathTooLongException

The specified path, file name, or both exceed the system-defined maximum length. For example, on Windows-based platforms, paths must be less than 248 characters, and file names must be less than 260 characters. The specified path, file name, or both are too long.

SecurityException

The caller does not have code access permission to create the directory.

-or-

The caller does not have code access permission to read the directory described by the returned DirectoryInfo object. This can occur when the path parameter describes an existing directory.

NotSupportedException

path contains a colon character (:) that is not part of a drive label ("C:\").

Any and all directories specified in path are created, unless some part of path is invalid. The path parameter specifies a directory path, not a file path. If the subdirectory already exists, this method does nothing.

System_CAPS_noteNote

Path names are limited to 248 characters.

For a list of common I/O tasks, see Common I/O Tasks.

FileIOPermission

for reading and writing files. Associated enumerations: FileIOPermissionAccess.Read, FileIOPermissionAccess.Write

.NET Framework
Available since 2.0
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