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    Marie Guest

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    For File Upload, what other software product do I need?<BR>So far, I&#039ve found out there&#039s Ms Posting Acceptor, SA File Upload, IIS Version 3 And IIS Version 4. <BR><BR>So which is free n what do I really need to setup?<BR><BR>Thanks...<BR><BR><BR><BR>

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    Marie, there is a great resource on Uploading files at this URL:<BR><BR>http://www.activeserverpages.com/aspmagazine/issue8uploads.asp<BR><BR>Good luck! If you have anymore questions on this issue, feel free to post them! :)

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    All components to upload files appear to use a dll which needs to be registered on the webserver. How do you register a component on a webhosts webserver? It seems like that would open up a big hole in the web hosts security.

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    You&#039re right, take a look at:<BR>http://pstruh.cz/help/scptutl/library.htm<BR>to do it without a dll component


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    Lee Shiet Hui Guest

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    I&#039m a beginner in ASP.<BR>For the uploading of file. I use the following code.<BR>Maybe it&#039s not a wise one but hope u people could comment on it.<BR>Thanks alot.<BR><BR>By the way, I&#039m using Jscript.<BR>My motive is to upload a image file to my /images directory in the server.<BR>&#060;%<BR> var serverpath = Request.servervariables("APPL_PHYSICAL_PATH") + "images\";<BR> var fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");<BR> var f = fso.GetFile("C:\test.jpg");<BR> f = fso.GetFile("C:\test.jpg");<BR> f.Copy(serverpath);<BR>%&#062;<BR>

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    Yngvar Guest

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    This will only copy your c: est.jpg file form c: to where ever the serverpath is pointing.<BR>It will not get a file form a remote user.

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    Yngvar Guest

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    Marie,<BR>I think you will find this link usefull www.asptoday.com/articles/20000316.htm. This article is about uploading files without using any plugins.

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    Lee Shiet Hui Guest

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    I see.<BR>Thanks for correcting my mistake.

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    I am trying to the same thing, what exactly does this code do (its from<BR>http://www.activeserverpages.com/aspmagazine/issue8uploads.asp)<BR><BR>&#060;% Set upl = Server.CreateObject("SoftArtisans.FileUp") %&#062;<BR> &#060;% upl.SaveAs "D:sitesfsmjumppptupload.out" %&#062;<BR><BR><BR>I added where the files need to go. I&#039;m trying to just create a page where a client can upload one file at a time to a folder on the server. Thank you.<BR><BR>Austin<BR> <BR> <BR>

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    I am trying to the same thing, what exactly does this code do (its from<BR>http://www.activeserverpages.com/aspmagazine/issue8uploads.asp)<BR><BR>Set upl = Server.CreateObject("SoftArtisans.FileUp")upl.Save As "D:sitesfsmjumppptupload.out"<BR><BR>I added where the files need to go. I&#039;m trying to just create a page where a client can upload one file at a time to a folder on the server. Thank you.<BR><BR> <BR> <BR>

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