I have downloaded multiple file upload from this site http://www.codeproject.com/KB/aspnet/multiple_file_upload.aspx, but this is not working in IE9.
Is there any other link or sample which works in IE9?
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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 got a new requirement for multiple files upload. User wants the directory structure(like explore) in left side and files structure in the right side. In our application developed
using asp.net 2.0 and client shouldn’t allow to use third party controls.
can anyone provide any approach on this using asp.net .2.0 itself would be helpful for me.
Thanks & Regards,
Not sure if this is the correct area to ask, but its worth a try....
I have a webpage with an asp.net 2.0 upload file control, it works on Windows, but not in the IPad/IPhone, the textbox of the upload control has disappeared, and the button of the upload control is disabled.
I'm using this example here:
And have added some GUID for unique filenames.
I'm in the middle of trying to get the 3 filenames as strings and thought I'd put it in an external class file, but when I build the page:
public class MultipleFileUploader
public static Boolean doMultipleFileUploader(string sFileUpload01,
string sFileUpload02, string sFileUpload03)
HttpFileCollection uploadedFiles = Request.Files;
string sFileGuid = System.Guid.NewGuid().ToString();
for (int i = 0; i < uploadedFiles.Count; i++)
HttpPostedFile userPostedFile = uploadedFiles[i];
if (userPostedFile.ContentLength > 0)
string serverFileName = Path.GetFileName(userPostedFile.FileName);
string getFileExtension = Path.GetExtension(serverFileName);//get the file extension
string sSaveLocation = Server.MapPath(sFilePath + "/") + sFileGuid + getFileExtension;
string sFileName = sFileGuid + serverFileName;
string FinalFileName = sFileGuid + getFileExtension;
We performed an inplace upgrade from 2007 to 2010 and we found that the Multiple Upload is not working. Here are some details,
The log doesn't seem to help, here are some sample log entries,
Entering monitored scope (Request (POST:http://SERVERNAME:80/SITENAME/_vti_bin/shtml.dll/DOCLIBNAME/Forms/Upload.aspx))
Name=Request (POST:http://SERVERNAME:80/SITENAME/_vti_bin/shtml.dll/DOCLIBNAME/Forms/Upload.aspx) ed21a23b-809d-4fae-a396-fb08d5be6ba6
Leaving Monitored Scope (Request (POST:http://SERVERNAME:80/SITENAME/_vti_bin/shtml.dll/DOCLIBNAME/Forms/Upload.aspx)). Execution Time=2.8636210627349 ed21a23b-809d-4fae-a396-fb08d5be6ba6
how to upload multiple files to the sharepoint document library using fileupload control inside the gridview.
form design is
<asp:GridView id="gridview1" runat="server" autogenteratecolumn="false">
<asp:FileUpload id ="Fileupload" runat="Server"/>
<asp:FileUpload id ="Fileupload2" runat="Server"/>
<asp:FileUpload id ="Fileupload3" runat="Server"/>
<asp:Button Id="Buuton1" runat="server" text="Save"/>
if i click save button files should go to my sharepoint document library.
if any one know pls help me...
I'm actually using global.asax, but the code seems to be similar to working in an HttpModule (and I may end up moving it to one) so I'm posting here. My first post on this site.
I'm using ??????HttpWorkerRequest.ReadEntityBody to get at the request stream as it comes off the wire, instead of waiting for the entire upload to complete and let a normal aspx page handle it. These file uploads can be up to 2 GB and I need to compress (and maybe encrypt) them, and for various reasons I want this to be done as the file uploads instead of waiting until done.
The files are coming via post data in multipart/form-data format, either from the SWFUpload control or a normal ASPX file upload control.
I have some mostly working code that manually reads the stream in small buffers and watches for the start of the actual file data and then starts writing that part to a file using a compression stream. I haven't added code to watch for the MIME boundary marker at the end of the file content yet though, and already the code seems overly complex. So I'm wondering what others have done, and if .NET has anything to make it easier to work with this multipart/form-data format other than the Request.Form methods, because it seems that using any of those causes the code to hang until the entire upload is complete (I'm guessing so that the ASP.NET
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?
I am working on a project currently where I need to get data out of a 3rd party vendor's software that uses a .sdf file I looked this up and its a SQL CE file. I was hoping to just link to with with access but thats apparently not going to happen. I need to link to the database extract data from it to a csv file for later use. I also and most important I need to get the data from it and create a report that can be printed while on a customers site that my or may not have web access so I need for this program to be on and off line. I had my webapplication that I have been working on open and was able to bring up the sdf file under the server exploere however I can't seem to get anything out of it when I try to do grid views or detail views errors out.
Can I use one of Visual Studio projects to create this sort of applicaiton if so what would be the best approach. I would love to get an access odbc driver since office is allready installed on the employee's laptop's
If the responsibility for creating, managing, and executing routine backups is yours, these tools will make it easier. Also see how you can browse folders and files from inside Visual Studio.
MSDN Magazine May 2009
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 have the problem below, if anyone can help me, appreciate it.
Server Error in '/' Application.