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I want to upload excell , word,msp with my asp pages.and download thoese files from site again.yesterday you've told me how can i upload them.but i cant' download.i've downloaded some programs from internet but i should register dll that is in REGSVR32.EXE and i don't know what is its path in my computer to register it.would you please help me.
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You need a third party (commercial) control for that. There are commercial controls, and there are free controls. For example, take a look here: http://www.aspupload.com/ or here: http://www.softartisans.com/

There are also "component free" scripts available as a Dreamweaver extension. Look here for more info: http://www.dmxzone.com/index.asp?TypeId=3&CatId=69

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I want to upload excell , word,msp with my asp pages.and download thoese files from site again.yesterday uoy've told me how can i upload them.but i cant' download.i've downloaded some programs from internet but i should register dll that is in REGSVR32.EXE and i don't know what is its path in my computer to register it.would you please help me.
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A simple Find action on your Windows machine will probably bring up something like C:\Windows\system32

However, that location should be in your path settings. So, you can simply open up the folder that holds the DLL in a command prompt and type

regsvr32 YourDllName.dll

Which dll are you registering? Don't the packages come with an installer that does this for you?

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it had a link that we could get dllregsvr.zip form there.when i downloaded it it opened a windoe that told me i should select a path for my dll but i don't know what is its dll and where should i search for it.in the manual it didn't write anything about dll name.just said it an exe file that containse dlls and asp componenets in it.i'm really confused i tried many ways but i didn't done.i would be so thankfull if you help me.
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I have no idea what that file is or should do, so I am afraid I cannot help.

What upload component did you decide to use? Any help on the vendor's website??

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i use xupload (aspuploaddll) for my upload.but my download is from some where else.

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You are aware that XUload is only a browser helper tool that makes it easier to upload files at the client? It's *NOT* a control that'll save the file for you on the server. The docs say:
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AspUpload is a server component that resides on the web server. It captures, saves and processes file uploaded with an HTML form or other agent. XUpload is a client-side ActiveX control that provides features traditional form-based uploading does not, such as a progress bar or directory uploads. While AspUpload can be used without XUpload (if files are uploaded using an HTML form), XUpload requires AspUpload to capture uploaded files.
So, besides XUpload you need something on the server, like ASPUpload, as well.

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thank you for usefull infomation giving to me.i didn't know that aspupload just can upload files.but in the manual of xupload it eas written thati should download aspupload too.and i downloaded it.i don't have any problem with uploading files to server.i've tested it and it was working correctly.but i have many troubles with downloading those files that i've uploaded them before.i found some sites and most of them are like each other.but there is a question here that i shoul have dll or writting some codes are sufficient??in these sites they didn't say anything about dll.would you please take a look at these three please:
http://objectsharp.com/blogs/bruce/articles/157.aspx
http://infomentum.com/EnterpriseFile...RDOC/index.htm
http://freevbcode.com/showcode.asp?ID=2127
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