Re: Uploading large files
It's in the web config...
There's a practical limit as well. The machine.config stores the settings
of how much memory the aspnet_wp.dll is allowed to use. If you need to
upload really large files, you will either have to buy a 3rd party
httphandler or write your own.
"Mark" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> This is going to be over the internet. I'm going to allow users to upload
> mpeg and mp3 files for example, that will be submitted for approval by
> myself in order to be posted on the site for download by other users.
> Any suggestions now?
> PS> How do you increase the page processing timeout in order to make the
> file element work with large files?
> "Jason" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > i think you need to think carefully of your target audience - if its
> > internet then i'd stop right now - if its intranet proceed. i use the
> > file elements and yes - you could increase the page processing timeout
> > also have to up the amount of data the request can contain - i forget
> > attribute name) - but with those numbers - if you use session - you'll
> > probably want to increase that also. to tell a lie - i've stopped using
> > sessions altogether - i now from the beginning phase say - ok - how do
> > build this site without using sessions. why?
> > many hosting companies do ridiculous memory recycles - and i need my
> > survive no matter what the server environment. you might wish to
> > this also if its internet. you might find users connections just cut
> > reason if your hosting is crap. not nice if you are 25mb in.
> > for alternative suggestions you'll have to fill in some missing blanks
> > what you are doing.
> > cheers
> > "Mark" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > news:u3Zs8EdODHA.1752@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
> > > Hey, I'm writing a web page that I need to allow users to upload up to
> > > files or so and they may be up to 10mb a piece. Therefore, this could
> > take
> > > a little while to upload.
> > > Would you recommend using the file input html elements and just
> > the
> > > page timeout to a really high number?
> > > Please help.
> > > Mark
> > >
> > >
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