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Old August 16th, 2007, 11:46 PM
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Default File upload error

Hello All,
I am facing a problem with file upload(csv file). I am using file upload control on my aspx page. Everything works well on my machine but when i deployed it on test server, it shows an error "This page can't be displayed".(I dont know why it is coming bcoz i am using try catch block)
When i remove some records in the file, everything works well. Size of the file is 124 kb. i think we can upload upto 4 mb files. In my web.config i use this code to set the size of the file. I know problem is with the size of the file. But if is the problem why it is working on my machine.


Thanks in Advance

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Temporarily set the debug to true so that you can see the line in which the error occurs.

Then post more detail to see if we can help.

Old August 20th, 2007, 02:52 PM
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The "This page can't be displayed" error message hints at a general server error. Usually this is shown when the browser can't find the server. Compare the URL of the page before and after the error. What is the second URL? Does it look like it's correct? I would guess that the second URL is not correct. If you were getting a actual runtime error in your application the page would be found but you'd get an ASP.NET/framework runtime error message (i.e. an exception would be thrown).


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