It became clear to me that using a Request.Form object doesnt work after a Request.BinaryRead. I never had to deal with the BinaryRead Object Method, so this is quite new for me.
I'm using a script to upload files to my server (this script uses the Request.BinaryRead). Besides the file, users submit there name and a checkbox (if checked of course). I want to use the data submited by the user, but the Request.Form object doesnt work .how can i access the tekstfield and checkbox, if cant use the Request.Form object?The answer will be simple probably, but my searches on google didn't give me an answer.
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.
I am writing a VBS File Which will Take Data from an SQL Database and put it into a text file. I am getting an error on: myFile.Write NewLine (myFile is set to FSO.CreateTextFile, and NewLine is the text I am trying to write)
I have found this error is being produced When I try to "write" this text from the database:
<p><b>Moviní On Printed Throw Blanket</b></p><p>
The Problem is on this "Square" Charecter. I used the Asc() Function and got the Charecter value as 63, and Did a replace on it and it still does not work. I don't know how this charecter got in the database in the first place. I don't know if that charecter will show up correctly on this forum. But the character just looks like an empty box.
Is there a way to determin if the email message was sent? I have a numnber of applications that use CDONTS to send mail from both ASP and ASPX pages. If the server is down mail does not get sent. I do not see a way to determine this by code. Does anyone know of a way?
I wanted to add this method to my .asp page in order to dynamically choose a page based upon some selection criteria. It's in my .asp book and in the online reference. Yet when I use this object, the following error returns in the browser:
Error Type: Microsoft VBScript runtime (0x800A01B6) Object doesn't support this property or method: 'Response.Redirect' /testwebs/choose.asp, line 22
What is missing from my IIS libraries in order to use have this method supported?
Can't get this to work. I'm creating a workaround for the absence of aspJPEG on my server. I'm using aspUpload but my server only uses aspThumb. After aspThumb optimizes the original pic the file size changes and I need to reflect that change. When using aspUpload I can reference it's built in File object references but they only refer to the "original" file. There's an easy solution when using aspJPEG but not with aspThumb so I'm trying to get the "new" picture size using a scripting object with this script but I'm getting this error.
Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a01b6'
Object doesn't support this property or method: 'objPictureSize.Size'
/admin/media_upload_picture_process.asp, line 107 ....
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.
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 had an ASP page which implemented a file upload feature. However, after moving this application from NT4 to Windows 2003 I receive an error which is caused by the Request.BinaryRead read. The error says this operation in not allowed. I presume it will be an IIS setting, but not sure what.
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 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 ....
We are using .net 1.1 on windows 2003 server. This is we are facing in our production server.
When we are doing the load testing we are getting the bellow error. While the load testing this error is not coming frequently. When we run 20 threads for 3 mins we are getting this error message 2 or 3 times. But this line of code is executed by all the threads. Code:
I want to open a recordset object on an .asp page. When I open the recordset I would like to use a stored procedure that expects a parameter to be passed for the stored procedure. I will then use the recordset to loop thru the recordset, update values from the recordset and then update the database by passing parmeters to another stored procedure.
I would like to use the recordset object but can it be used to pass a parameter to a stored procedure? Do I need to use a command object to open the records instead in order to pass the parameter to a stored procedure?
I have downloaded the DiscIDCalc program from CDDB. I've used it a lot because I've written my own application for my CD collections (keeping track of the track information of each CD, track duration etc). I've already got all my CDs into the application, I'm now just going through each of the disc again just to add in the DiscID information. I do it by running the DiscIDCalc program, generating the DiscID, and then then copying and pasting this DiscID into my application and then save it. if anyone has successfully generated the DiscID within an asp page? Now I have to have my browser up and this DiscIDCalc program up. Just want to know if there's a way to incorporate the two together (even if it means I'm not using the DiscIDCalc anymore.). This DiscIDCalc has a documentation for its DiscIDCalcDLL.dll but it's not something that I can CreateObject with, so I'm quite clueless... I don't want to use VB to write APIs for that
I use query string to search for records by using GET method. This method will generate querystring automatically by using the form name. Using search field together with drop down is fine but the problem is when i didn't enter any keyword or left the search field blank it won't display any result.
Unless I put "%" in the search field. How do I make the querystring change to "%" whenever the field is blank so that all records will be displayed.
i am trying top update a field in my sql database but it wont let me??? does anyone know if my syntax is correct?? I have a field called userId in the database and want to replace it with my form request. Code:
When using ActiveX Combo Boxes, can you use the GetString method to populate the control? I currently am using AddItem, however, it is taking a long time to process. I know that GetString works well to improve the performance. Here is my code while using AddItem:
Now this is a weird one. I'm having a problem with a system in development. When I post data from a form in IE 5.01 it works fine, but in IE 5.5 it refuses to post the data to the server and in IE 6 it's scatty -- works sometimes but not others. Anyone seen this before? Edit: By the way -- this is normal VBS/ASP running on IIS 5 on an NT server