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bilalbinamar

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Posted: 02/10/2014, 10:22 AM

Any one please help me

I want to used File Upload Control in Code Charge Studio, I don't know much about Codecharge
I saw File Upload Control in the tab i try to used it but fail to do so, Please help me.
I want to upload a File which is almost 2 GB in size and i need a button to download it
how to do this, please help me.......................
any please help me
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eratech


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Posted: 02/10/2014, 4:09 PM

I assume you have read the manual for "File Upload Overview" and you have set a temporary upload location, and you have set the server permissions to allow you to upload to the directories?

You probably can't upload a 2GB file by default - most of the PHP and ASP (classic) upload file sizes default to about 1MB - so you would need to change that limit.

For big files, I suspect that IIS Server has a file limit too, so you will need to check that.

Finally, I find that the File Upload control works best if it is linked to a column in the database - it will store the file name so you can retrieve it later.

Eric
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bilalbinamar

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Posted: 02/12/2014, 3:41 AM

First of all thank you very much for replying me.... :0

Can you tell me how to change that Server file limit,
yes, please tell me how to change the asp.net file upload limit so that i can store up 2 GB
i am using sql server as back end............
i will be very much happy with you if you tell me step by step.... :-) :-)

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eratech


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Posted: 02/13/2014, 1:18 AM

I'm afraid I can't do that - I don't recall the steps, and you have the same access to google as I do....

As for saving the file name in a table, create a table with id, filename and whatever other fields you need, and when you create your Record, include the File Upload control and point it to the filename field. It takes care of display, saving etc.

And the file upload limit is for IIS, the file is stored on the web server, not in SQL.

Eric

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