|ZLib - Accept compressed data on server-side ASP|
<% ReceiveFile() 'Server-side function 'This function accepts and saves uploaded data compressed by the Compress method on the servers ASP Sub ReceiveFile() Dim SourceData, FileName, FileContents, ByteArray 'Test if this is request from our client FileName = Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_FILENAME") If FileName <> "" Then 'This is a request from our client 'Read compressed file from the source stream SourceData = Request.BinaryRead(Request.TotalBytes) 'Uncompress the source file Set ZLib = CreateObject("ScriptUtils.ZLib") Set FileContents = ZLib.UnCompress(SourceData) 'Save source file to the destination directory (current directory) FileContents.SaveAs Server.MapPath(GetFileName(FileName)) End If End Sub Function GetFileName(FullPath) 'Returns file name from full path Dim Pos Pos = InstrRev(FullPath, "\") GetFileName = Mid(FullPath, Pos + 1) End Function %>
Implements zlib Compress and Uncompress functions. Lets you compress/uncompress files, or send compressed data over http/https connections.
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