I have the below page which i use to add the information from a form to my MySQL database. It works perfectly fine when I don't add the code at the top for sending an email. Can someone be kind and have a look at my code and let me know where I am going wrong.
When I add the email code at the top the error I get is : Error Type: Request object, ASP 0206 (0x80004005) Cannot call BinaryRead after using Request.Form collection. /change_management/area/upload.asp, line 92
upload.asp I use for addding an attachment to the form ....
I'm struggling with an issue that many have seen, namely trying to upload a file using free file upload code that uses BinaryRead but getting the values using Request.Form. It doesn't work, isn't supposed to and I understand that.
My problem is that I don't know how to implement some of the workarounds I've seen. Does anybody know of a sample I could view.
I am trying to create a string that is cencatenated from values in a form. The form pulls in the values in a reocordset and displays each record in a row with a checkbox.
I want to cencatenate the values of the ProjectName field if the checkbox (isChecked) has been checked when the form is submitted. Here is the code that i am using:
<% If (Request.Form("Submit") <> "") Then Dim Criteria Criteria = "" For Each Item in Request.Form("ProjectName") If Request.Form("IsChecked") Then Criteria = Criteria & Request.Form("Projectname") Else Next Response.write Criteria End If %>
If I get rid of the If then else statement with in the For Each statement, then all of the items will cencatenate. I am just trying to grab the rows where the user has checked in the box for the row.
While programming in ASP.NET, I'm used to copying out all the contents of the Form collection of the page's Request object, then emptyting the Request.Form collection itself so all my user-supplied values are safe in my "protected" Session Object. I often do the "emptying" with the Request.Form.RemoveAll() method
However, this time around, I'm creatng an ASP 3.0 application (not ASP.NET), and I'd like to reproduce similar functionality. It seems there's no such method as Request.Form.Remove() or Request.Form.Contents.Remove() as I thought I'd find. Can anybody help me with this, or do I have to just stick to my Request.Form collection, since there'd be no point copying out all the values into Session variables if I can't empty the Request.Form collection?
Why does the error below occur whenever the statement Request.BinaryRead Request.TotalBytes) is executed for uploads larger than 100K? I thought the 100K limit applied only to Request.Form. This does not occur with smaller uploads. This is running on an IIS 6 server with full FP2002 extensions.
Sometimes when loading binary files with Request.BinaryRead IIS on the log gives me the following Error (I have analyzed IIS Log with Web Trend Analyzer and the error isn't frequent):
POST .../WZUpload.asp |59|ASP_0101_:_80004005|Unexpected_error...
I don't have information on the file inserted because it was inserted by other people (Web Candidates that inserts their curricula on our Web Site) I have tried with large files and I haven't reproduced the problem, i have tried with 0 bytes files and I haven't reproduced the problem, I have tried to insert into the upload file Low Value (Chr(0)) and I haven't reproduced the problem.... The instruction is so....
AllDataB = Request.BinaryRead(Request.TotalBytes)
What type of files can cause the crash of BinaryRead ?
I have a VBscript that I use to upload files onto the server. The script works fine on IIS 5.0 but on IIS 6.0 on Windows 2003 I get an error when uploading certain files. I believe its because the file is larger than what is normally uploaded. Average file size is 15KB this file is 490Kb. The error that I get is
Request object error 'ASP 0104 : 80004005' Operation not Allowed
The code on the line is biData = Request.BinaryRead(Request.TotalBytes) Also the totalbytes on the two systems are different. Any idea why this is happening. Is there any solution?
I found this piece of code to collect info from a form and then display the information. I created seperate programs - one with the form and the other with the asp part to display the collected information.
How can I collect information in one program using "post" method and display it and get an okay from my users before I update the database? Code:
I´m having a problem using ASP Upload with an insert form..
If I use ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" the all the parametres i might get with request.form don´t appear.. but i can upload the files.. Besides if I take away the ENCTYPE tag, i can´t upload but the INSERT INTO form works propertly
when the asp page is Request("txtName").i can use "testpage.aspx?txtName=User1" to post the value.but when i use Request.Form("txtName").i cannot use that method,what can i do to solve that problem.(as i cannot modifty the request.form syntax but i need to post data to that web page, is there any method so that i can pass that parameter?)
It's a simple validation page and was working fine until i made some changes to the next page.
Select Case request.form("posted") case 1 case 2 case 3 case else end select
Here is my case statment each case has a form, which holds a varible named posted. There is a problem however, once the refresh button is pressed it &*#$# up. I need to set request.form("posted") to nothing and it would be good to know how to set all of request.form.
I want to pass a Request.Form variable to an ASP form, through the url for example lets say i have a form with a textfiled called "txtName" if i click the submit button for example the asp page reads the content of this txtName as Request.Form("txtName") I want to achieve that the asp form is accessed through a URL where i can pass the value of txtName without going to the page of the form and clicking the submit button
I created an html email containing a form whose method is POST. The form is posted to an asp page for processing, but no values are retrieved. So I response.write all the Request.Form fields, and nothing appears.
I change the form's method to GET, then response.write the Request.QueryString items (which I can see in the URL) and it works fine. I need to use POST, as the quantity of data from the form will often exceed the limits of querystrings. Is there something I'm overlooking? Why doesn't Request.Form work?
I try to use script from www.freeaspupload.net for upload file. I need to store in session object the names of uploaded files but I get an error - Cannot use Request.Form collection after calling BinaryRead How can I make it? Code: