Tornado API Library - V12.30.08

z.dbUpload Property

Execute standalone multiple files upload with auto email option. Entire applicatoin in (2) lines.

Product Version

EP,Gold
[VisualBasic]
PublicPropertydbUploadAsString
[C#]
publicstringdbUpload{set;}

Property Value

Object.dbUpload = "Files| Label | Width| SavePath| SaveAs| Overwrite| AllowExt| AllowSize| Notes| SysMessage| Attach| UploadButton"

Dim GD As New Tornado.Getdata()

Dim uf As String() = GD.Get_UploadFiles

Obj.dbMail = "From |To |Subject |SMTPserver (mini version)
KeywordDescription
FilesHow many files to upload (blanks will be ignored). Each file will occupy a row. Def=3 Inputs
LabelLabel macro of each row followed by the row number. [#] will be replaced by 1,2,3.... etc. Def="Upload File #"
WidthWidth of the Browse Input Box. Def=45
SavePathVirtual or physical path save path. This parameter will be converted to the physical directory where files are saved.

Warning: This directory path must have ASPNET write privilege like the /Tornado/Scratch directory.

*** This is the only mandatory parameter ***

SaveAsSave filename macro to avoid conflict (Def=#). "#" will be replaced by the original filename. You can add to filename part or extension part of filename. Normally use session.sessionid as a prefix to make the upload filename unique.
OverwriteTrue(Def) | False - Allow overwrite of old files.
AllowExtAllow Extension of upload files separated by a [.] period. [*] allows all extensions.

Def=jpg.jpe.jpeg.gif.png.txt.Doc.xls.ppt.pdf.

AllowSizeMax allowable size of upload file (avoid server attack). Def=1 MB.
NotesDisplay on line upload restriction notes. Def=True
MessageAdd a message box after Upload button ot the Notes box.
AttachAttach all uploaded file to the Auto Email in the To: format of add1;add2;.... Def=False
UploadButtonFull path of Upload Image button or use system button path if no "/" in filename. Def=System Upload button.
SysMessageSuppress system message output. Def=True
Get_UpoloadFilesReturns a string array of the uploaded file names.

QuickProp Keyword Abbreviation

up

Remarks

  1. Auto Email after upload action is supported.
  2. Uploaded file names are exported for retrieval in a string array format.
  3. Uploading Large Files -
    • Read MS KB295626 (Cannot Upload Large Files When You Use the HtmlInputFile Server Control)
    • When you try to use the HtmlInputFile control to upload a large file, the file may not be uploaded.
    • Resolution #1 - In the Machine.config file, change the maxRequestLength attribute of the <httpRuntime> configuration section to a larger value. This change affects the whole computer.
    • Resolution #2 - In the Web.config file, override the value of maxRequestLength for the application. For example, the following entry in Web.config allows files that are less than or equal to 8 megabytes (MB) to be uploaded: <httpRuntime maxRequestLength="8192" />
    • This value is restricted to 4 MB by default to restrict possible Denial of Service attacks.
    • The maximum possible size is 2 gigabytes (GB).

Example

<script language="VB" runat="server">
Sub Page_Load(Src As Object, E As EventArgs)
  Dim GD As New Tornado.GetData
  Dim up As New Tornado.z
  up.dbQP = "U=1|S=5|Th=Ti=Upload Demo"
  up.dbUpload = "SavePath=/tornado/scratch/"
'...Send Email Notification to this address(es) upon Upload files > 0   
  up.dbMail = "From=Me@aspdb.com | Subject=Upload Grid Report | SMTP=email_server| To=addr_1;_addr_2"
  up.ASPdbUpload()
  Dim uf As String() = GD.Get_UploadFiles
  If Not IsNothing(uf) Then
    Dim i As Integer
    For i = 0 To UBound(uf)
      Response.Write(uf(i) & "<br>")
      Next
    End If        
End Sub
</script>

See Also

z Class | Tornado Namespace | ASPdbUpload | dbMail | ASPdbSendMail