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Classic ASP File Uploader

Provider :http://aspuploader.com/

Top features and Benefits

  • Select multiple files at once when sending
  • ASP Uploader allows you to select and upload multiple files at once rather than having to select and upload each file individually.
  • Client side validation of the file size/type before uploading
  • Client side validation of file size/types prior to uploading the files to a server to increase usability and reduce consumption of network and server resources.
  • Hi-Performance with optimized memory usage
  • ASP Uploader implements many optimization approaches in processing uploaded files which consumes low CPU and memory resources of IIS server.
  • Provides rich progress and status information during the upload
  • ASP Uploader has a real time progress bar which keeps track of every file upload. It offers an accurate and detailed progress indicator to end-users. It also gives end-users the ability to cancel uploads in progress.
  • Asynchronous file upload
  • This means that the file is uploaded in the background, allowing user to still use the page while the file is being uploaded.
  • Pure ASP File Upload without external components
  • ASP Uploader is written in pure ASP code. So you do not need to install/register any components on IIS server.

    1. Deploying Uploader Client files.
    Deployment ASP Uploader

    ASP Uploader is 100% HTML and JavaScript code on the client, and ASP code on the server, and can be setup on your web server in just 5 minutes, simply by following this setup guide.

    1. Deploying Uploader Client files.

    The “aspuploader” folder and all file it contains (located in the archive) should be deployed to http://{your site}/{your application}/aspuploader/ on your web site.
    2. Adding Uploader into ASP page.

    <% @ Language=”VBScript” %>
    <!–Step 1: Register Uploader to your page –>
    <!– #include file=”aspuploader/include_aspuploader.asp” –>
    <html>
    <body>
    <div>
    <%
    ‘Step 2: Create Uploader object
    Dim uploader
    Set uploader=new AspUploader
    ‘Step 3: Set a unique name to Uploader
    uploader.Name=”myuploader”
    uploader.SaveDirectory=”savefiles”
    uploader.AllowedFileExtensions=”*.jpg,*.png,*.gif”
    ‘Step 4: Render Uploader
    uploader.Render()
    %>
    </div>
    </body>
    </html>

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