i create a web site for uploading and download but i require that a folder create in client side if client download the file these file automatically save
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How can I upload a file to a database (with as little code as possible!) along with a desciption of a file and then search through the descriptions to retrieve the appropriate files. Then how can I click on one and download it.
I am not a very advanced programmer and would like full step by step code if possible not just a link to a website.
Thank you very much
I'm trying to do the following in ASP.NET (with c#):
1. On page Load, download an XML file from a different website to the IIS server, in a subdirectory of the application directory called "downloadedFiles"
I know that WebClient.DownloadFile() can download a file, but this only seems to download the file to the client's machine. I am interested in downloading it to the actual IIS server (so that it can be utilized throughout the lifetime of more than one session). Does anyone know how this could be performed?
Specifically, I'm trying to download an XML file from a website (as an example: http://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/followers/CiscoSystems.xml). How could I download that XML file onto my actual IIS server?
Thanks a ton for any help
I have an asp.net application running on a web farm that allows users to upload files and download them later via link to that file. Currently, I use Windows DFS to replicate the local IIS directory where the files are stored across the web farm servers. However, as this solution does not scale out, I want to implement a more scalable solution by partitioning the documents. Specifically, say I set up multiple file storage servers (Fs1, Fs2, Fs3, etc.) on the network. Further, let's say I change my upload page to save the uploaded file to one of the file storage servers on the local LAN (based on some logic). I assume so far I am safe with ASP.NET doing this much assuming I have the correct permission for the ASP.NET process ID. The question I have is with regards to download links. When a user gets served a download link to their document (e.g. http://www.testco.com/data/doc1.txt) is there a way for me to "intercept" that HTTP request and underneath the covers server the doc1.txt from the file storage server (e.g. Fs2) it resides on? Any sample code would be appreciated. Thanks.
I am trying to create a web service that can check a location for file and if available get the contents.
Also this web service has to upload the file using ftp after making changes locally.
Any pointers in this direction.
What are the options for handling file uploads to reduce the memory footprint? Is there a way to upload in chunks? Is there a way to stream upload directly to disk instead of loading entire file in server memory?
iam using masterpage and ajax update panel, i have child page called fileupload.aspx,i try to upload the file
but its not working , can i use updatepanel in child page , pls very urgent
looking forward for answer.
i am doing a page to sell files online
the paying method is by a card or bank account and the customer is not registered to the site so i want to make sure that the customer has downloaded the file successfully after that the system completes the payment operation
so if there is any way to know do that tell me please
i use c# thanx all
In my Create User Wizard1 Created User Wizard Event, I am collecting extra information from text boxes and allowing
the user to uplad a file.
I have put the Submit button within an Update Panel Tag but since I have done this it does not work.
Is there a way round it. In this situation would you use a trigger.?
<CustomNavigationTemplate> <div><br />
<asp:UpdatePanel ID="UpdatePanel2" runat="server"> <ContentTemplate>
<asp:Button ID="StepNextButton" runat="server" CommandName="MoveNext" align="middle" Text="Submit my Profile" />
I am using a download handler to handle the downloading of files from my website. I am using a slightly modified code from the Microsoft article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/812406
Everything is working fine and downloading, even with large files, but it does not show the file size for any of the files to download. Even if theyre really small.
Here is my code for the handler
public class DownloadHandler : IHttpHandler
public void ProcessRequest(HttpContext context)
string path = "";
path = context.Server.UrlDecode(context.Request.QueryString["src"]).DecryptString();
System.IO.Stream iStream = null;
byte buffer = new Byte;
string filename = System.IO.Path.GetFileName(path);
iStream = new System.IO.FileStream(context.Server.MapPath("~/" + path), System.IO.FileMode.Open,
Hello everyone. I am having an issue downloading files that I have store in SQL Server. I have no problem in a WinForm. What am I doing wrong in my code?
Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
Dim sch As New clsReport
Dim fileData As New clsReport.Letter
fileData = sch.DownloadLetter(Session("LetterID"))
Dim ms As System.IO.MemoryStream = fileData.fil
Dim fil As Byte() = ms.ToArray
Dim nam As String = fileData.name
Dim ext As String = fileData.ext
If Not fil Is Nothing Then
Response.AppendHeader("Content-Disposition", "attachment; filename=" + nam & "." & ext)
' Response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", nam & "." & ext)
Response.ContentType = "Application/octet-stream"
Response.Buffer = True
Catch ex As Exception
I'm facing an issue with the indexing.
I have 1 WFE+Index server+DB server.
Index server is not installed with MS FIlter pack 1.0
When crawling, the there will be document with warning in crawl log:
The file reached the maximum download limit. Check that the full text of the document can be meaningfully crawled.
Documents that with warning are such as doc, ppt, xls, docs, ppts and many others.
However, I view into the successful crawled document, there are doucments with ext doc and ppt.
For large file index, there are MaxGrowthFactor + MaxDownLoadSize required to be added into the index server.
As my understanding is, MS Filter Pack should installed into index server(already did, correct me if i'm wrong).
I looked into the Office SharePoint Seach(CA>Services in farm), if the server is appointed to "Use this server as indexing server", then MS Filter Pack is suppose to be installed into that particular server as well.
At the bottom, there also has another option is "Use all web front end for crawling".
The question here is, IF the option "Use all web front end for crawling" is selected.
Does the WED FRONT END Server required to installed the Ms Filte