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OutOfMemory when uploading files
An alternative implementation would be to use SaveAs on HttpPostedFile: fileUpload.SaveAs(Path.Combine(uploadPath, fileName));

Categories : C#

Uploading PDF files to Server in VB.net
Sub CopyDirectory(ByVal SourcePath As String, ByVal DestPath As String, Optional ByVal Overwrite As Boolean = True) Application.DoEvents() Dim SourceDir As DirectoryInfo = New DirectoryInfo(SourcePath) Dim DestDir As DirectoryInfo = New DirectoryInfo(DestPath) ' the source directory must exist, otherwise throw an exception If SourceDir.Exists Then ' if destination SubDir's parent SubDir does not exist throw an exception If Not DestDir.Parent.Exists Then Throw New DirectoryNotFoundException _ ("Destination directory does not exist: " + DestDir.Parent.FullName) End If If Not DestDir.Exists Then DestDir.Create() End If ' copy all the files of the current directory Dim ChildFi

Categories : Asp Net

Need Help Regarding Uploading Video Files
Are the video files more then the max upload filesize of 2 Mb (default). PHP change the maximum upload file size

Categories : PHP

Progress bar in uploading files using URL
Dont reinvent the wheel ;) There are dozens of tested and debugged plugins for jquery file uploads with progress bars. Just pick one. I personally like [1] this one a lot. Simple to use, good documentation and powerful enough. you might want to look at [2]: the block at "how-to-display-upload-progress-with-the-basic-plugin" should be pretty helpful! [1] http://blueimp.github.io/jQuery-File-Upload/ [2] https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload/wiki/Basic-plugin

Categories : PHP

Uploading files with XMLHttpRequest
Create your FormData object with form element you want to send: var data = new FormData(this); instead of var data = new FormData(); The syntax of the FormData is new FormData (optional HTMLFormElement form) without the argument, it is empty, see the reference.

Categories : PHP

Uploading files on Server
This is a terrible way of uploading files, you are much better off using a form and the $_FILES superglobal. Take a look at the W3Schools PHP File Upload Tutorial; please read all of it. For further reading take a look at the PHP Manual pages on file upload. The file input type will create the upload box in the html form: <form action="upload_file.php" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data"> <label for="file">Filename:</label> <input type="file" name="file" id="file"><br> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit"> </form> After error checking and validating that the file is what you are expecting (very important: allowing users to upload anything to your server is a huge security risk), you can move the uploaded file t

Categories : PHP

ASP.NET MVC 4 - Uploading files to a server
This is a permissions issue on your server. On your local machine you are running under the context of your current user, which allows you to write to your disk. On the server, the IIS worker process needs permission to write to the uploads directory (it is not allowed by default for security). See this link for more information http://support.microsoft.com/kb/979124 To answer your other questions, uploading via an FTP stream is more complex and not necessary since the .NET framework includes everything you need to accept a file upload and save it. You might also be interested in trying out http://filepicker.io which offers a simple way to handle file management through an API.

Categories : C#

Dropbox API iOS isn't uploading files
It sounds like Documents is a directory, but uploadFile is used to upload a file. I don't think there's a method in the Core API to upload the contents of a folder, so you'll have to walk through the folder and upload each file individually.

Categories : IOS

Uploading files with apostrophe in filename
It sounds like your form is vulnerable to a Code Injection attack. The apostrophe is being interpreted when the file is being processed and then you are getting some sort of error from that failure. All user input needs to be sanitized to all interpreters that it will go through. The ideal is that user input is never interpreted, only stored or called. So rather than calling a shell on the input, use exec or something on the exact executable and arguments you want.

Categories : PHP

Uploading a Stream of files using move_uploaded_files
You simply don't have Picture 2 and 3 in your form, or they are not passed correctly to the php script. Well, you didn't state in what circumstances you are implementing this but why don't you just use three or more input file field on the page?

Categories : PHP

uWSGI for uploading and processing files
If the file upload takes minutes, how will uWSGI be capable of handling other clients without blocking? It will block. A solution is to put a webserver like NGINX in front of uWSGI that pre-buffers the POST request. So the file upload will be actually bound to an NGINX handler until is completed and then passed to the uWSGI handler. Is there any way the processing can be offloaded using built in functionality in uWSGI so that the user get a response after upload and can query for processing status? You need to create a task queue system to offload the processing from the web handler. This is a common best practice. Just look around for python task queues. For builtin functionalities it really depends on the task you need to offload. You can use the builtin uWSGI spooler, o

Categories : Python

WP8 Uploading/Downloading large files
Resource Intensive Agents will indeed not work for your use case because they require external power to work. Not to mention that if the user receives a phone call the agent terminates. Periodic Agent Have a 25 second limited duration, not 10 minutes (10 minutes are in resource intensive agents), so they are really no an option if you need to upload a gigabyte of information. Background File Transfers have a hard limit of 100 megabytes. (It's even less on cellular internet). On Application is a very possible option, you can prevent the phone from going to lock screen if that's a problem. The bigger issue here is that the user is pretty much stuck for the duration of the upload. More importantly, this seems to be your only option out of the four you mentioned.

Categories : Windows Phone 8

Pycurl: uploading files with filenames in UTF-8
This is easy to answer, harder to fix: pycurl uses libcurl for formposting. libcurl uses plain fopen() to open files for posting. Therefore you need to tell libcurl the exact file name that it should open and read from your local file system.

Categories : Python

Script not uploading files to my server
Your <form> tag should have enctype="multipart/form-data" attribute. See the example #1 here.

Categories : PHP

Uploading Files Not Working - Need Assistance
IMO, what you're trying to do is indeed a legit scenario for UI testing automation. IIRC, in early versions of IE it was possible to populate the <input type="file"/> field with a file name, without showing up the Choose File dialog. For security reason, this is no longer possible, so you have to send keys to the dialog. The problem here is that file.InvokeMember("Click") shows a modal dialog, and you want the keys to be sent to that dialog, but SendKeys.Send gets executed after the dialog has been closed (it's modal, after-all). You need to let the dialog open first, then send the keys and let it close. This problem can be solved using WinForms Timer, but I'd prefer using async/await and Task.Delay for this (working code): async Task PopulateInputFile(HtmlElement file) { file

Categories : C#

Uploading files from POST data
Was going to write this as a comment, but went way too long: Debugging Step 1 First try breaking up all of your conditions into separate if statements so that it returns whether it's passing or failing those conditions.. so if you have if ( ( A || B || C ) && D && E) then write out** if (A) { echo "A is true" } else { "A is false" } for A through E, and then see if your truth values are what you expect them to be. If your values aren't what you expect them to be, then your condition is wrong. If your values are what you expect them to be, then your logic is wrong. Let us know which is the case, and we can help you more effectively :) **Also, instead of writing out if (A) { echo "A is true" } else { "A is false" } for A through E, you could use the following: function

Categories : PHP

Conditionally Stop uploading files
Can you not just add a break statement into the code, as so: .... if (!validExtensions.Contains(extension.ToLower())) { lblMsg.Text = "Extension not supported"; break; } ....

Categories : C#

python parallelism for uploading files
Python uses OS threads. While you don't gain anything for CPU-bound tasks, threads are fine for IO-bound task as yours. The GIL, the Global Interpreter Lock, will br for IO released. The multiprocessing module is designed for CPU-bound tasks. In your case it starts 16 new processes. That takes time. Typically, it does not make sense to stark more workers/processes than you have CPUs. My rule of thumb is number_of_workers = number_of_cpus - 1. Furthermore, it communicates using pickle for communication between processes. If you needed to do the upload many times in a row, you might want to try to start several workers and keep them alive and reuse them over and over again. This may justify the overhead of starting new processes as long as you do noticeable computation for each upload. You

Categories : Python

Uploading files to the server using HTML5
You need an upload script like this one : <?php if ($_FILES["file"]["error"] > 0) { echo "Error: " . $_FILES["file"]["error"] . "<br>"; } else { echo "Upload: " . $_FILES["file"]["name"] . "<br>"; echo "Type: " . $_FILES["file"]["type"] . "<br>"; echo "Size: " . ($_FILES["file"]["size"] / 1024) . " kB<br>"; echo "Stored in: " . $_FILES["file"]["tmp_name"]; } ?> Check this link (http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_file_upload.asp)

Categories : PHP

Should a Git push be uploading files/directories?
A standard git push won't actually update the working copy of the repository you're pushing to -- your changes are all there, waiting for you update your working copy manually. This is for safety, in case you're working in your working copy :). Really, git push is the opposite of git fetch, not of git pull -- consider that git fetch also doesn't update your working copy. You can set up a hook to update your working copy after a push, if that's what you want.

Categories : GIT

uploading multiple files with angularjs
I'm not sure about your intention looking the code (sorry not much time...) anyway a single html tag input-file can contain a list of files,see https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/FileList Given that you can try with this answer appending more files to the FormData

Categories : Javascript

php file upload when uploading two files
Change your mysql_query line to: mysql_query('INSERT INTO `'._DB_PREFIX_.'databasename` (`id`, `custom_pin_name`,`store_image_name`) values ('', '$custom_pin','$store_img_name')') or die(mysql_error()); by the way, Your sql has SQL injection and please don't use mysql_* functions. use mysqli or PDO.

Categories : PHP

404 when uploading files to Spring J2EE
Were missing the following in mappings: servlet context.xml: <beans:bean id="multipartResolver" class="org.springframework.web.multipart.commons.CommonsMultipartResolver"/> root-context.xml: <bean id="multipartResolver" class="org.springframework.web.multipart.commons.CommonsMultipartResolver"> <!--25 mb max--> <property name="maxUploadSize" value="26214400"/> </bean> and last In pom.xml (because i run maven project, else you need the jars) <!-- Fileupload dependencies --> <dependency> <groupId>commons-fileupload</groupId> <artifactId>commons-fileupload</artifactId> <version>1.3</version> <!-- makesure correct version here -->

Categories : Java

Uploading files using Uplodify works sometime and sometime it does not
I don't understand why people vote your questions down without a comment that will help you understand why. but any way to help other that will run into the same issue. Here is the solution the configuration in my php.ini file were set to a low limites. Max upload file was set to 2M go to php.ini and find the upload_max_filesize - set to 50M post_max_size - set to 50M max_execution_time - set to 120 max_input_time - set to 50 Restart our apache and now you should be able to upload files up to 50MB in size

Categories : PHP

Django uploading files for user
change models.py to this from django.contrib.auth.models import User class Document(models.Model): docfile = models.FileField(upload_to='documents/%Y/%m/%d') user = models.ForeignKey(User) change views.py to this def list(request): if request.method == 'POST': form = DocumentForm(request.POST, request.FILES) if form.is_valid(): newdoc = Document(docfile = request.FILES['docfile']) newdoc.user = request.user newdoc.save() # Redirect to the document list after POST return HttpResponse("File Uploaded.. Kindly Refresh!!") else: form = DocumentForm() # A empty, unbound form # Load documents for the list page documents = Document.objects.filter(user=request.user) # Render list

Categories : Django

Uploading files to skydrive using java
You appear to be calling toString() on your byte array - that's what's converting it to [B@11f3043. You haven't shown us any of the code you're using to make the request, but basically you need to avoid calling toString(). I don't know whether the API accepts a byte[], but you should at least try to find a method which takes one, as that would be appropriate for your content. EDIT: Looking at the sample code, it appears you can pass in an InputStream to LiveConnectClient.uploadAsync - so just wrap your byte[] in a ByteArrayInputStream.

Categories : Java

uploading and retrieving files into mongodb with php
I don't have the code sample handy just now, but it's very straightforward really. Upload the file to a temp location as you would normally do via a file submitting, then grab the file content and create a MongoBinData object as below: $record = array("name" => "my photo", "photo" => new MongoBinData(file_get_contents("myself.jpg"))); $collection->insert($record); This will then insert your image as binary into the DB. When retrieving it, just grab your record: $record = $collection->findOne(); $imagebody = $record["photo"]; And echo them out onto a php file as per below header('Content-Type: image/jpeg'); // Output the image imagejpeg($imagebody);

Categories : Misc

Apache 403 Forbidden When Uploading Files
Apaches module mod_security has a 60kb upload limit by default so any bigger upload will throw a 403 error code. As the modsec.conf is only editable by the server provider, I add the following line to every root .htaccess: SecFilterEngine Off That turned off the mod_security filter in general.

Categories : PHP

Publisher plugin is not uploading files
Not knowing your complete setup these two unresolved issues in the "SVN Publisher" plugin could be the problem. Global SVN credentials are not used Does not work on remote slaves Unfortunatly the plugin doesn't seem to be maintained anymore.

Categories : Svn

Uploading files down SSL/TLS protocol with Python
I guess you wont need to worry about SSL/TLS and stuff here if you are using the DrobBox Core API. An example is provided here.

Categories : Python

Uploading files in an Android service
I found out how to implement that properly : Do not use the notify method from the NotificationManager while you are in foreground. According to this, you have to use startForeground again if you want to update the notification. (This was causing my service to get killed by the system) There's a weird quirk in startForeground that makes it not show notifications if the ID is 0. Finally, I should have thought about it, but this question gives a nice in-depth answer on how to check if the service is indeed in foreground. (The fantastic flying network monitor from the System Monitor app also helped me a lot to check if the upload was still running while I was starting other apps to try and trigger the "service died" message)

Categories : Android

HttpPostedFileBase is null when uploading files with Angular
That's because you've given the form data the name of uploadedFile, yet your action takes a parameter named file. Change the parameter name, like so: public void UploadDocuments(HttpPostedFileBase uploadedFile) { }

Categories : C#

Uploading binary files. Encoding problems
The error indicates you are mixing Unicode data and byte strings. Your file data consists of only byte strings, which means your other POST values (the keys and values in fields) or the filenames use unicode values. Encode all those values to byte strings first.

Categories : Python

Set file Type when uploading files in Symfony2
There are two ways, or using the file validation attribute, or the image validation attribute, this last as the accepted mime types as image/* The examples on the site goes as followed: # src/Acme/BlogBundle/Resources/config/validation.yml AcmeBlogBundleEntityAuthor: properties: bioFile: - File: maxSize: 1024k mimeTypes: [application/pdf, application/x-pdf] mimeTypesMessage: Please upload a valid PDF # src/Acme/BlogBundle/Resources/config/validation.yml AcmeBlogBundleEntityAuthor properties: headshot: - Image: minWidth: 200 maxWidth: 400 minHeight: 200 maxHeight: 400

Categories : PHP

Uploading files to a resource controller (RESTful API)
If you want to use one controller across the whole application dedicated to uploading files you can treat that as a resource. The resource supported actions in Laravel are the folling: http://paste.laravel.com/Qs6 If you instead want to add an additional action and URL besides the default, you can achieve that by doing this: http://stackoverflow.com/a/16661375/385402

Categories : Api

Error while uploading large files in RoR from different networks
Are you using unicorn? The default timeout is 30 seconds. Are you using heroku? They limit connections to 55 seconds. Otherwise you may need to provide more information about your application server/implementation/etc. For more about dealing with file uploads in rails: RoR - Large file uploads in rails, Best Ruby on Rails Architecture for Image Heavy App

Categories : Ruby On Rails

php script for uploading files to a remote server
At the very least, I think you need the directory separator between the $uploaddir and $uploadfile so try changing: $uploadfile = $uploaddir . $file; to $uploadfile = $uploaddir . '/' . $file; Also make sure to sanitize $uploaddir because something like ../../some_dir may let me upload to arbitrary directories. And uploading of a file with a .php extension would allow me to upload PHP code to your server and run it, so be advised of some of these issues.

Categories : PHP

Webpy uploading files, Understanding where does "imagename" come from?
When you upload a file, you need to use the multipart/form-data content type. In a html form you do this by setting the enctype="multipart/form-data" attribute of the form. For file inputs the browser automatically adds the filename to the request. A raw request would look something like this: POST /upload HTTP/1.1 Host: example.org Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=someboundary --someboundary Content-Disposition: form-data; name="name"; filename="filename.txt" Content-Type: text/plain content of the file .... --someboundary-- name is the name of the form element, and filename the original filename. web.py imports the file as FieldStorage if you us a dict as default value in your code (see: "Hang ups" here), so that you can then query these information later. If you don'

Categories : Python

Uploading Files in a specific directory on server
This has nothing to do with tomcat, it is handled by vaadin. Look the the book of vaadin for a example. https://vaadin.com/de/book/vaadin7/-/page/components.upload.html

Categories : Tomcat

Preview .doc/.docx/.pdf files before uploading to server
Back in the days you were able to do something like that: <object data="word.doc">You do not have Word installed on your machine</object> Not sure if this is still supported, but if so, you could use JS to inject that object onto the page to preview it.

Categories : Javascript



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