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I can't upload large file with HtmlInputFile control:(
Is there any file size limitation in HtmlInputFile control?
If yes how can I upload to server large size file?

Than you.
Nov 19 '05 #1
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David wrote:

I can't upload large file with HtmlInputFile control:(
Is there any file size limitation in HtmlInputFile control?
If yes how can I upload to server large size file?

Than you.

From MSDN:

When uploading large files, use the maxRequestLengt h attribute of the
<httpRuntime> element to increase the maximum allowable file size. A DNS
error is generated in the browser when the file exceeds the specified
size. You might also receive the following error message when uploading
large files:
see (watch for linewrap):

Hans Kesting
Nov 19 '05 #2

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