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HttpHandler or HttpModule for file upload, large files, progress indi...
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Re: HttpHandler or HttpModule for file upload, large files, progress indicator?
May 17, 2003 12:45 AM
Congrats on the house! Whereat in the world, may I ask?
Kelowna, BC. Great spring, summer and fall. Lousy winters unless you're a skier, which I'm not.
any thoughts as to how we can "most cleanly" access the statistics variables (bytes read, file length, etc.)?
My first thought is that there should be some way to store them in the user's session. Then it would simply be a matter of sending them back to the thermometer, whatever form that takes. Actually, it might be better to store them at the application level, then you could build a global upload montoring page!
could really use a smoothly increasing progress bar, without the continous refreshing in the background.
Well, I can't think of any way to get away from the continuous refreshing, but you could certainly reduce the appearance of it by using your #2 suggestion. A couple years ago I coded the server side for a
that was more or less real time. We worked only with Flash 4 and basically form POSTs, no XML Sockets. It worked very smoothly and with a half decent Flash artist who can handle the action script, it should be no problem. As far as I know, all major browsers ship with at least Flash 4. Doug
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