Saves the ByteArray data as a file.
ByteArray.SaveAs (FileName as String, [StartPosition as Variant = 1], [Length as Long = All data])
|FileName||String||File to save data.|
|StartPosition||Variant||yes||1||Start file position to save SaveAs contents, based to 1. 0 means 'End of file', Empty or undefined means 'overwrite file'.|
|Length||Long||yes||All data||Number of bytes to write to the file. (1B - 2GB-1)|
Maximum ByteArray length is 2GB, but StartPosition can be 64 bit number (currency or decimal data type), so you can also save data to a file with unlimitted size.
<% Set Binary = CreateObject("ScriptUtils.ByteArray") Length = CLng(Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_Content_Length")) Binary.ByteArray = Request.BinaryRead(Length) Binary.SaveAs Server.MapPath(".") & "\data.post" Response.Write "Request data (" & Binary.Length & " bytes): <br><pre>" Response.Write Binary.String Response.Write "</pre>" %> <form method=post> <input value=XXXXXXXXXXX NAME=A> <input type=submit> </form>
|See also Batch file conversion - character set and BOM detection of html files to detect files with BOM (unicode Little/Big, utf-8)|
'Save unicode string as UTF-8 with BOM SaveBOMUTF "f:\222.txt", "ìšèøžýáíé" Sub SaveBOMUTF(FileName, SomeString) '1. save BOM header. SaveBOMHeader FileName Dim ByteArray Set ByteArray = CreateObject("ScriptUtils.ByteArray") 'Convert the string to UTF-8 ByteArray.CharSet = "utf-8" ByteArray.String = SomeString 'Save the UTF-8 string at position 4 of the file '(after the 3bytes BOM header) ByteArray.SaveAs FileName, 4 End Sub Sub SaveBOMHeader(FileName) 'create byte array object Dim ByteArray Set ByteArray = CreateObject("ScriptUtils.ByteArray") 'the bytearray contains BOM header - 3 bytes. ByteArray.SetSize 3 ByteArray(1) = &HEF ByteArray(2) = &HBB ByteArray(3) = &HBF 'Or you can use ByteArray.HexString = "EFBBBF" in v> 2.14 'Save the BOM header to the FileName ByteArray.SaveAs FileName End Sub
You can use Post binary data to URL from WSH/ASP/VBA/VBS and Work with binary files in VBS - read and write local and remote files articles to read and send a binary file from a client-side.
<% 'This sample demonstrates store of large binary data. 'It accepts up to 2GB of a source data a PUT or POST SaveLargePostData "C:\temp\uploaddata.dat" Sub SaveLargePostData(DestFile) Const BlockSize = 4096 Dim TotalBytes, DataReaded, ReadBlockSize, BinaryData TotalBytes = Request.TotalBytes If TotalBytes > 0 Then Dim ByteArray: Set ByteArray = GetByteArray() For DataReaded = 0 To TotalBytes Step BlockSize If BlockSize + DataReaded > TotalBytes Then 'Last block, IIS6 does not accept to read more data ReadBlockSize = TotalBytes - DataReaded Else ReadBlockSize = BlockSize End If ByteArray.ByteArray = Request.BinaryRead(ReadBlockSize ) 'Save the block of a source data. If DataReaded = 0 Then 'The first block will overwrite existing file (if one) ByteArray.SaveAs DestFile Else 'Position of SaveAs (second parameter) is based to 1 ByteArray.SaveAs DestFile, 1 + DataReaded End If Next ' DataReaded Response.Write "<br>Source data (" & TotalBytes & _ "B) was saved to '" & DestFile & "'" End If ' TotalBytes>0 then End Sub 'Returns ByteArray object. Solves problem with registration and installation Function GetByteArray() On Error Resume Next Dim Binary Set Binary = CreateObject("ScriptUtils.ByteArray") 'Creates ByteArray object 'response.write hex(Err) If Err = &h46 Then On Error Goto 0 Err.Raise 5, "ScriptUtils.ByteArray", "Insufficient permissions to the scptult.ocx file. User: '" & GetUserName & "' must have read permission to the file." ElseIf Err = &h1ad Then On Error Goto 0 Err.Raise 6, "ScriptUtils.ByteArray", "Script Utilities is not correctly installed. Please, install Script Utilities on this server or copy and register scptutl.ocx file on this server." ElseIf Err = &h8007045A Then On Error Goto 0 Err.Raise 6, "ScriptUtils.ByteArray", "The evaluation version of Script Utilities was expired. Please install full version." ElseIf Err = &h8007007E Then On Error Goto 0 Err.Raise 6, "ScriptUtils.ByteArray", "The ScriptUtilities library (scptutl.ocx) is missing. Please copy the library or reinstall the software." ElseIf Err <> 0 Then Dim E, N N = Hex(Err) E = Err.Description On Error Goto 0 Err.Raise 6, "ScriptUtils.ByteArray", "Cannot create ScriptUtils.ByteArray object, Error: '" & N & " " & E & "'" End If Set GetByteArray = Binary End Function %>
Works with safearray binary data - save/restore binary data from/to a disk, convert to a string/hexstring, codepage/charset conversions, Base64 conversion, etc.
ByteArray is a COM class specially designed to work with Microsoft Windows Scripting engines - VB Script and JScript in Active Server Pages or WSH and in CHM or HTA applications. It also works with VB Net, Visual basic (VBA - VB 5, VB 6, Word, Excel, Access, …), C#, J#, C++, ASP, ASP.Net, Delphi and with T-SQL OLE functions - see Use ByteArray object article. You can also use the object in other programming environments with COM support, such is PowerBuilder.
Source code for ByteArray is available within distribution license, please see License page for ASP file upload and ScriptUtilities.
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