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google drive download document using javascript :can't download files
"if i paste the downloadUrl in the browser it won't give any result" is correct because when you GET using a browser there is no authentication header. If you check the status you will see a 401 error. I use "Authorization: 'OAuth ' + gapi.auth.getToken()['access_token']" rather than 'Bearer'. I'm not sure if that is significant. Are you sure the downloadUrl is current? This is a short-lived attribute, so it's possible the link has expired. It's also possible the access token is invalid. As Burcu said, your answer is probably within the response and status to your xhr get.

Categories : Javascript

How to avoid downloading files to the download folder and download to other specific folder only in c#
The answer would be to pick one: either render the control to a string and output to Response OR WriteAllText. If you want to use the WriteAllText to save the file to a determined location, then perform the action and pop up a notification to the user that the file was saved.

Categories : C#

Download Log files from Amazone S3
You can create logging for S3 bucket at the creation of bucket itself also after creating bucket. You need to specify the path for log file to store.You can refer http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/UG/ManagingBucketLogging.html for steps.

Categories : Amazon

Download large files with PHP
You could configure Apache to set the proper headers in your .htaccess file. Then, you could link directly to the file instead of the PHP page. This will also reduce server load. Of course, if the PHP script performs functions other than just setting headers (such as authentication) then this is not an option. You will have to pass the file through PHP in chunks as @N.B. mentions in his comment.

Categories : PHP

How to Download Numerous Files from FTP using C#?
The FtpWebRequest and FtpWebResponse objects are really designed do make single requests (i.e. download single files, etc.) You're looking for an FTP client. There isn't one in the .NET Framework, but there's a free one, System.Net.FtpClient that apparently works quite well.

Categories : C#

IE9 download issue php pdf and other files
Content-Transfer-Encoding header is used in MIME email messages. It has no any sense to send it over HTTP. Content-Disposition: attachment; header says the browser to save it rather then open in the browser. So instead of Content-Type: application/force-download i would suggest to use proper content-type for PDF and DOC files: Content-Type: application/pdf Content-Type: application/vnd.ms-word

Categories : PHP

Compile files for download then zip
This question explains how to add individual files to a Zip archive. Use ZipArchive::addEmptyDir() to recreate your directory tree in the archive. You can provide ZipArchive::addFile() with a second parameter, the target path in the archive. Or you can use this.

Categories : PHP

Download box for saving files in JSP
Sonum what you want is to put/upload something to user hard-disk's selected location but as it is not an FTP access so anything user downloads will go to the location that is defined in browser's "download location" (one can change that by going to settings of there particular browser) OR user get a choice to select explicit location if he/she is using any download tool. i.e.Internet Download Manager. See these tool can select particular location as these are client-side applications.

Categories : Java

javascript - download several files
If I read your code correctly, you are trying to make the browser download a ton of files into separate tabs. Most browsers won't really appreciate you trying to launch a loop of downloads that way, nor would a user really want that many save as dialogs potentially popping off. You would be way better off packaging them into a zip file server side and sending ONE file. It would be more efficient and way more user friendly.

Categories : Javascript

Batch Download of Files in Java
The library that you can use is apache http components - it gives you a nice API for working with HTTP. But you'd have to implement the rest yourself - batch downloading is effectively just a single download repeated many times. For that you'd need a separate library that implements. You can easily use the java 5 concurrency additions, e.g. Executors.newFixedThreadPool(..) to submit Runnables that perform the downloads. I'd suspect there is no ready-to-use implementation, because it would be an end-user product, rather than a library. You'd have to gather the components yourself.

Categories : Java

Download files from a web page using VBA HTML
EDIT I tested my original answer code using the URL: http://www.bmreports.com/bsp/BMRSSystemData.php?pT=DDAD&zT=N&dT=NRT#saveasCSV But this method does not seem to work, for this site. The ele.Click doesn't seem to initiate the download, it just opens the data tabular on the webpage. To download, you need to do the right-click/save-as. If you have gotten that far (as I suspect, based on the subroutines you are calling, but for which you did not provide the code), then you can probably use the Win API to get the HWND of the Save dialog and possibly automate that event. Santosh provides some information on that: VBA - Go to website and download file from save prompt Here is also a good resource that should help solve your problem: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US

Categories : HTML

Azure Blob files Download in MVC
You would have to check the size of the blob before deciding if there is enough bandwidth for the download. Microsoft.WindowsAzure.StorageClient.CloudBlob blob = blobContainer.GetBlobReference(filename); blob.FetchAttributes(); var blobsize = blob.Properties.Length; // this is in bytes // is size less than bandwidth left. etc Spoiler : this will actually query the blob, so I would assume a transaction charge every hit not to mention the increased latency of having to wait the request out; I would suggest you record the filesize on upload and save that off to your db or other persistent storage.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

PHP Force Download - Gives 190byte files
Ahhh, found the answer.. Didnt think about opening up the 190 byte .flv file and check what was in it. There was an error message: <br /> <b>Fatal error</b>: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 197980160 bytes) in <b>C:xampphtdocsportfolio_003savefile.php</b> on line <b>47</b><br /> So, I just had to change the value in php.ini

Categories : PHP

Node.js download multiple files
You want to call the download function from the callback of the file before that. I threw together something, do not consider it pretty nor production ready, please ;-) var http = require('http-get'); var files = { 'url' : 'local-location', 'repeat-this' : 'as often as you want' }; var MultiLoader = function (files, finalcb) { var load_next_file = function (files) { if (Object.keys(files) == 0) { finalcb(null); return; } var nexturl = Object.keys(files)[0]; var nextfnname = files[nexturl]; console.log('will load ' + nexturl); http.get(nexturl, nextfnname, function (err, result) { console.log('loaded ' + nex

Categories : Node Js

Powershell script to download and name files
If you must have the exact date/time shown on the page, you need to turn the solution around. Start by examining the index page (where your second excerpt came from), then work with that that to extract the URLs and timestamps, and download as you're doing but with the new file name. Except...you can't easily parse arbitrary HTML with regular expressions. Now, if you know that this HTML is pretty static in how it's formed, you can probably get away with it. But be prepared for things to break if the court changes their page even the tiniest bit. If you don't need that level of precision, you can use the HTTP response headers that come along with the file when you download it. From this, you can get the Last-Modified date as reported by the server - the last date/time the file was modifie

Categories : Powershell

how to download external files in gradle?
You could probably use the Ant task Get for this. I believe this Ant task does not support resuming a download. In order to do so, you can create a custom task with name MyDownload. That can be any class name basically. This custom task defines inputs and outputs that determine whether the task need to be executed. For example if the file was already downloaded to the specified directory then the task is marked UP-TO-DATE. Internally, this custom task uses the Ant task Get via the built-in AntBuilder. With this custom task in place, you can create a new enhanced task of type MyDownload (your custom task class). This task set the input and output properties. If you want this task to be executed, hook it up to the task you usually run via task dependencies (dependsOn method). The followin

Categories : Gradle

cant download files uploaded tree.io
after sometime found a solution for this. i had to define the MEDIA_ROOT as an absolute URL in the settings.py when i went to static/media there was no folder called attachments, i had to make one and give it the correct permissions for python can write to that folder. this worked for me.

Categories : Python

files do not download in correct format
It looks like (though I can't tell for sure) the value saved for filename relies on what the use types into a Textbox (FilenameTB), rather than the name of the file on disk? If you were to look at PostedFile.FileName I think you could extract the extension?

Categories : C#

PHP - Safe way to download large files?
You'd want to download the remote file in chunks. This answer has a great example: How download big file using PHP (low memory usage)

Categories : PHP

can't download multiplie files using DownloadFileAsync
// Declare a field to hold the Task private static Task DownloadTask; private Task Download(string url, string fileName) { var wc = new WebClient(); wc.DownloadProgressChanged += new DownloadProgressChangedEventHandler(wc_DownloadProgressChanged); return wc.DownloadFileTaskAsync(new Uri(url), @"\10.1.0.15Symantec Update Weekly\" + fileName); } You'll probably need change the progressbar to handle multiple threads. Inside btn_test_Click // Before foreach var tasks = new List<Task>(); // Inside foreach if (myDate == DateTime.Now) { MessageBox.Show("Updates are New"); } else { tasks.Add(Download(m.Value,filename.Value)); } // After foreach // You can also set the TimeSpan value and update the progressbar // periodically until all the tasks are finished Downloa

Categories : C#

Download Binary Files with Javascript
Have a look at the MDN article on XMLHttpRequest. If you set the response of the XMLHttpRequest to ArrayBuffer you could do the following: var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhr.open("GET", requestUrl); xhr.responseType = "arraybuffer"; xhr.onload = function () { if (this.status === 200) { var blob = new Blob(xhr.response, {type: "application/pdf"}); var objectUrl = URL.createObjectURL(blob); window.open(objectUrl); } }; xhr.send(); Option 2: You could use Blob as the response of the XMLHttpRequest. And then maybe save it in the FileSystem (FileSystem API) It may look like: var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhr.open("GET", requestUrl); xhr.responseType = "blob"; xhr.onload = function () { onDownloaded(this); }; xhr.send(); I've written a testcase fo

Categories : Javascript

How to make a jsp page download 2 files
option # 1 : separate link Give 2 separate link to download each file option #2 : zip file make a single zip file on server using java API and download option #3 : Use java script make a java script function that will open the new tab and download the each file simultaneously Below code should run to download each file window.open( 'http://download_file_link', '_blank' // <- This is what makes it open in a new window. );

Categories : Java

how to download large files using PHP headers
You could store the files outside of your web path, then include the files at the time of download, using the header function to deploy it to the user. This is a little over-killie, but it works: $getFiles = fread($FILEHANDLE,$FILESIZE); header("Content-Transfer-Encoding: Binary"); header("Content-length: ".$FILESIZE.""); header("Content-type: ".$FILETYPE.""); header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="'.$FILENAME.'"'); echo $getFiles; This consumes more memory as you're reading the file on the server before you transfer it, but your downloaders will never know where the files live. YMMV with very large files for obvious reasons.

Categories : PHP

Download a files from amazon s3 server with out using aws sdk
If you make the file publicly accessible, you can use a simple url to download it. If you need it to be private you will need to use an api or a tool which handles the authorization for you. You can make the file public as part of the upload api call or after the fact using the AWS Console. You can also create expiring urls that are only usable for a set period of time using the api.

Categories : Java

Download bunch of files from server
The bunch is your problem. You exceeded executor pool limits (blind guess is you got more than 10 running at the same time). Use IntentServer do your download in sequence, or use DownloadManager if you target API that already supports it.

Categories : PHP

Download files from server using Meteor.js
If your route works, when when your method returns you could open a new window containing the link to the text file. You've already added in content disposition headers so the file should always ask to be saved. Even if you just redirect to the file, because it has these content disposition headers it will ask to be saved and not interrupt your session.

Categories : Javascript

Method to download large files in Vb.net
In newer VB/C# .net the keywords you are interested in are Await and Async: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/hh191443.aspx?cs-save-lang=1&cs-lang=vb#code-snippet-1 Also you should design your routine to download in chunks. There are many ways to do that but maybe you are better to look at HTTPWebRequest/Response will handles chunking and has a method to work with +2GB files easily (ranging). Sorry not an answer as I don't have enough rep to put this as a comment. Cheers, Al

Categories : Vb.Net

iOS large file download ~1GB files
Well, since this will very likely take a while to download I would definitely recommend doing this asynchronously using NSURLRequests and NSURLConnections. My biggest concern though, is the pure size of this download and how this will likely not fit into RAM so this download may not actually be as easy as it seems. You can give it a shot, but what I would recommend is breaking this into multiple files/downloads if possible. I will post code in a minute when I find code I have previously written. Added Code First off, make your class that needs to do the downloading to be an NSURLConnectionDelegate and `NSURLConnectionDataDelegate. Then you can implement the download request as follows. NSMutableData *linkData = [[NSMutableData alloc] init]; NSURLRequest *linkRequest = [[NSURLRequ

Categories : IOS

IIS doesn't download mustache files
What I ended up doing is going to the IIS and added a new MIME type BUT: Did it at server level, not application nor website (I mean, first entry in the left list) Didn't add it as text/html but text/template That, made it work. Web.config was not changed at all for this. MIME type for both website and application under the website had the MIME type as inherited (because I already added it at server level)

Categories : Asp Net

Nginx + PHP, browser tries to download PHP files
Most likely your PHP script does not set a content MIME type and therefore the default_type directive is used. Check your config for default_type application/octet-stream and change it to default_type text/html or make sure your PHP returns a proper content MIME type.

Categories : Bash

Impossible to download FLV files on Android?
I think this is possible: 1: Where does the "website" come from? Are you going to catch when the user opens his browser and types in a website? If so, this is not possible. I suppose you will get the "website" from somewhere. 2 You do not need to emulate the play button: you only need the .flv file. It is pretty easy to scrape the website for the .swf file using any available tool. You can try jsoup 3 Sometimes, the swf gets this file in the usual param approach. For example <embed bla bla link="http://website/file"> You just need to scrape and get this file. 4 Now if the link to the file is not available, you will have to decompile the swf file. This is the challenging part. Check some of the available tools here. With hard work, you might be able to get a result. I say s

Categories : Android

Download files collection in UIViewController
You could use NSOperationQueue or ASINetworkQueue which is a lot easier. Here is how to use ASINetworkQueue : ASI Homepage

Categories : IOS

ZIP all files in directory and download .zip generated
this will ensure a file with .php extension will not be added: foreach ($files as $file) { if(!strstr($file,'.php')) $zip->addFile($file); } edit: here's the full code rewritten: <?php $zipname = 'adcs.zip'; $zip = new ZipArchive; $zip->open($zipname, ZipArchive::CREATE); if ($handle = opendir('.')) { while (false !== ($entry = readdir($handle))) { if ($entry != "." && $entry != ".." && !strstr($entry,'.php')) { $zip->addFile($entry); } } closedir($handle); } $zip->close(); header('Content-Type: application/zip'); header("Content-Disposition: attachment; filename='adcs.zip'"); header('Content-Length: ' . filesize($zipname)); header("Location: adcs.zip"

Categories : PHP

Zero byte files after XML download in node.js
You are using the wrong function. fs.writeFile takes at least three arguments filename, data and callback. You cannot pipe to it. It simply writes data to the filename and executes callback when done. What you need is fs.createWriteStream, which takes path (apart from extra options). It creates a writeable stream, to which you can pipe into the response.

Categories : Javascript

How to efficiently download large files (> 1GB) using box api v2
To the best of my knowledge Box does not currently support 'chunked' downloads so it's always going to be a one-shot operation. (I'd love to be wrong about that, though.) If you wish to avoid a blocking call, consider one of the asynchronous Read methods: Read(Action<byte[]> onSuccess, Action<Error> onFailure, ...) ReadToStream(Action<stream> onSuccess, Action<Error> onFailure, ...)

Categories : C#

About ios download/upload files from server
If you can successfully parse the JSON data from the server, it should be in NSArray or NSDictionary format. You can try to show it with the code below: NSLog(@"Array/Dictionary: %@", your_parsed_json_data); If you already reach here, the following should be easier for you. You can just show your data in UITableViewController. - (NSInteger)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView numberOfRowsInSection:(NSInteger)section { return [self.your_array count]; } - (UITableViewCell *)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath { static NSString *CellIdentifier = @"CellIdentifier"; UITableViewCell *cell = [tableView dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:CellIdentifier]; if(cell == nil) { cell = [[UITableViewCell alloc] initWithStyle:UITableV

Categories : IOS

Service on amazon to download temporary files
You can create a signed URL (that you can later shorten if needed) to download the results file from S3: http://s3.amazonaws.com/doc/s3-developer-guide/RESTAuthentication.html

Categories : Amazon

Java download all files and folders in a directory
Have you considered tool like HTTrack, it can detect presence of anchor tag on HTML and download entire website (limited by tree level). You can also specify filter what files should be downloaded etc If this doesn't suit your requirement, you can still use hand written Java program, except the problem is obtaining a list of files in the URL (and all subfolder within). You need to parse the HTML, gather all the anchor tags, and traverse it (which is what HTTrack is doing)

Categories : Java

download multiple files keeps stopping android
Are you sure the server is responding in less then 15 sec?(that is the timeout I've seen that you have set). If the files are big you should be downloading them separately, take a look at Downloader manager, you can use it to download big files easy.

Categories : Java

How to create a download link of files in databse
This is the code you need. Consider storing byte count in the database for file size. Of course it might need some changes to be exactly what you want. <?php include('config.php'); //get id from GET method and make sure that it's safe to be used in the query $id=mysql_real_escape_string($_GET['id']); $query = "SELECT * FROM `files` WHERE `id`='$id'"; $result = mysql_query($query); $row = mysql_fetch_array($result); if (count($row)!=1) //check if our unique record has been found die('Sorry but we could not find this file!'); $row=$row[0]; //send download headers header('Content-Description: File Transfer'); header('Content-Type: application/octet-stream'); header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename='.$row['name']); h

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