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Uploading files to MSMQ

Dear Gurus,

I have to upload big size files to MSMQ from ASP.NET. How can I do this?

Early answers are appreciated.

alex

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Aug 4 '05 #1
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Are you having trouble with the file upload or actually putting the file into
the queue?

Brian Delahunty

"Alex" wrote:
Dear Gurus,

I have to upload big size files to MSMQ from ASP.NET. How can I do this?

Early answers are appreciated.

alex

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Aug 4 '05 #2
I am able to upload the small files. But when I am trying to upload file
with more than 2 mb I am getting in sufficient resources to perform
operation error message. I have set the registry to to FFFFFF as said in
one of the KB article. Even after I am getting the same error. Can you
pls provide me some resolution.

alex

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Aug 5 '05 #3
It's possible MSMQ is running out of disk space, or at least that's the same
error reported by MSMQ when it does.

Check the storage location for MSMQ on the machine using the control panel
applet. Is it set to the default directory under %SYSTEMDIR%? You might want
to try to move it to another drive, if indeed you're running out of space.

Also, remember that messages cannot be larger than 4MB. If you are writing
text, for example, that is Unicode-encoded you'll use twice the space to
store it. That sounds like something that might be happening, since you seem
to break at 2MB.
--
Klaus H. Probst, MVP
http://www.simulplex.net/
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I am able to upload the small files. But when I am trying to upload file
with more than 2 mb I am getting in sufficient resources to perform
operation error message. I have set the registry to to FFFFFF as said in
one of the KB article. Even after I am getting the same error. Can you
pls provide me some resolution.

alex

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Aug 5 '05 #4

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