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csASPUpload Download Summary

  • Language: ASP.NET
  • Platform: Windows
  • License: Free Trial
  • Databases: N/A
  • Downloads: 497
  • Released: Jul 18, 2007

csASPUpload Description

csASPUpload is an ASP component which allows a user to upload files to the server using an html form.

- Attach a file, or files to an HTML form.
- Allows your web site visitors to upload files without requiring FTP software, or the use of email attachments.
- Save or rename the files using the built in file utilities.
- Use the data stream feature to save files as binary data in a database.
- Easy access to form variables.
- Supports multiple file uploads.
- Pass image files straight to the csImageFile component for server side manipulation.
There are many web applications where it is useful to collect one or more files from a web site visitor. It is always an advantage to make this process as simple as possible. Most browsers support file uploads, but we still need a server side script or cgi to do something with the file.

csASPUpload allows files to be collected and saved on the server. A useful extra feature is the ability to export the file data as a binary stream allowing it to be saved straight into a database.

This data streaming feature can also export a file straight into the csImageFile component for server side image manipulation, creation of thumbnails etc.

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