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Posted: 04/08/2015, 3:53 AM

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.


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Posted: 04/10/2015, 12:53 AM

For Your Ignoring - above is spambot copy of MY comments from

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