The HugeASP file upload is shareware, see prices and registration page.
Live sample of http upload (PSTRUH Software)
ScriptUtils.ASPForm.Upload - performance tests.
ScriptUtils.FAQ for Huge ASP file upload and scriptUtilities.Upload - to database, or not to database?
ScriptUtils.ASPForm.Upload - Files and forms with large/huge size.
ScriptUtils.ASPForm.Upload - Progress bar indicator
ScriptUtils.FAQ for Huge ASP file upload and scriptUtilities
ScriptUtils.ASPForm.Using Huge-ASP upload - ASPForm class
ScriptUtils.ASPForm.Upload - Monitor and handle upload state/result
RFC 1867 - protocol definition for html upload.
Frequently asked questions about ScriptUtilities, Pure-ASP and Huge-ASP upload functionality.
|Advapi||COM API for logon, impersonate and logoff user.|
|ASPForm||The ASPForm collection retrieves the values of form elements posted to ASP script by a form using the POST method. ASPForm can process multipart/form-data or application/x-www-form-urlencoded data with length up to 2GB.|
|ByteArray||Works with safearray binary data - save/restore binary data from/to a disk, convert to a string/hexstring, codepage/charset conversions, Base64 conversion, etc.|
|FormField||One form field. Member of FormFields collection.|
|FormFields||Contains collection of document fields of files.|
|FormParser||You can parse application/x-www-form-urlencoded and multipart/form-data source stream to collection of form fields.|
|INIFile||Enables read and write specified values into the INI files.|
|Kernel||COM API for calling some of Kernel32 functions.|
|LogFile||Hi-performance text file logging for ASP and ASP.Net, VBScript, VBA, VB5/6, VB and C# applications. Lets you create daily/weekly/monthly log files with variable number of logged values and extra timing and performance info.|
|Process||Process object. Timing informations, priority settings and Ids.|
|ProgressInfo||Progress of specified uplaod - uploaded bytes, time, limits and other info.|
|Thread||Thread object. Timing informations, priority settings and Ids.|
|ZLib||Implements zlib Compress and Uncompress functions. Lets you compress/uncompress files, or send compressed data over http/https connections.
This class has Win32/X86 version
|ConvertCodePages||Specifies the CodePage/Charset to |
-convert between binary data and String data with ByteArray class
-accept source form data with ASPForm or FormParser
|ConvertTypes||Convert types for conversion functions.|
|eFormType||Form type for ASPForm and FormParser objects.|
|FormStates||More about state/result of a form process. See also ScriptUtils.ASPForm.Upload - Monitor and handle upload state/result|
|LogLineBeginTypes||Defines additional values on a beginning of the log line.|
|LogLineEncodes||Specifies encoding type for logged values of LogFile class|
|LogonTypes||Specifies the type of logon operation to perform.|
|OutputTypes||Define output types for conversion and compress/decompress functions|
|PriorityClasses||The processís priority class is one of the following values.|
|ProcessCreationFlags||Specifies additional flags that control the priority class and the creation of the process. The following creation flags can be specified in any combination, except as noted|
|ThreadPriorities||Priority values for the thread.|
|ZLibCompressLevels||Compression levels for the zlib class. Accepts values between 1 and 9.|
|Very short asp upload code with two source file fields and a description field.|
<% Dim Form: Set Form = CreateObject("ScriptUtils.ASPForm") If Form.State = 0 Then Form.Files.Save "C:\Uploads" Description = Form("Description") 'Do something with <input name=description> Else 'Handle other form states, errors. End If %> <Body> <form method="post" ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data"> <input type="submit" value="Upload the files >>"><br> File 1 : <input type="file" name="File1"><br> File 2 : <input type="file" name="File2"><br> Description : <input name="Description"> </form> </body>
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