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Uploading file(s) using CGI/ISAPI

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I need to build an ISAPI / CGI app that can handle uploading of files, in the upload form the user needs to be able to add multiple files, and then press one single button to upload all these. I also need some kind of progressbar for the upload process.

I only got these 17 points at the moment, but as I get more points, day by day, I could add them.

Thanx!!


regards,
Johan
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