Classic ASP ProfessionalFor advanced coder questions in ASP 3. NOT for ASP.NET 1.0, 1.1, or 2.0.
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Not a very good post.....if you want help and other peoples time you need to learn how best to use forums. Posting a whole page of code just saying its not working will not get you very far...in fact probably nowhere.....
You need to be much more specific about your issues, only post the problematic code, including the error and line number if possible. This way you give the impression you have done all you can to help yourself before asking others. Forums are not about other writing code for you, they are to get help with specific issues.
Have a look at Imars solution here for a pure ASP upload, it works very well:
I know but like i said the page runs and presents all response.write but it dont do the upload and dont even show any error, thats why i put the all page, because i dont know where the problem is and maybe someone could notice what was wrong.
Thansk for the link but im trying to do a ftp upload for file up to 500mb the http upload wont work.
I am not experienced setting up FTP however I do not believe its possible using a .asp page and Classic ASP's File System Object. I could be wrong, when you research this are you reading that its possible?
Interesting....I can see how reading that may give the impression your objective is possible. have you read anywhere that its truly using the FTP protocol and that there is no file size restriction?
have you tried it with a small file?
I am interested in looking at this and will have a play however I cant see me having time today. I will let you know what my outcome is. in the mean time if you get it going/solve your issue make sure to post...
OH BTW as the link says it may not work in versions of IIS 6.0+ What OS/IIS version are you using. As it suggests it should work with XP and IIS 6.0, i assume you have read this and are trying with XP?
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Last edited by mat41; March 6th, 2012 at 04:27 PM.