ASP Upload with VB dll's

I am working with a 3 tier architucture for a websupport project. I use VB dll's which are installed in webserver but the original dll residing with the application server.

Now that i have to upload files onto the webserver in the similar manner above with a VB dll and some ASP pages that will call these dll's to upload the files onto the webserver.

Can anyone provide me with the code for both the ASPupload dll written in VB code as well as the ASP pages for the same....

S.Ramanujam.
ramanujamsampathAsked:
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hongjunConnect With a Mentor Commented:
VB Example
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Project->References and make sure "AspUpload 2.1 Type Library" is selected.
Add the below code in form code window

Private Sub Form_Load()
     Dim objUpload As ASPUPLOADLib.UploadManager

     Set objUpload = New ASPUPLOADLib.UploadManager

     objUpload.CopyFile "C:\your_file.txt", "c:\upload\your_file.txt"

     Set objUpload = Nothing
End Sub




ASP Example
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first_page.asp
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<!-- Simple Upload Form -->

<HTML>
<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF">
<h2>Sample 1: Simple Uploading</h2>

     <FORM METHOD="POST" ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" ACTION="second_page.asp">
          <INPUT TYPE=FILE SIZE=60 NAME="FILE1"><BR>
          <INPUT TYPE=FILE SIZE=60 NAME="FILE2"><BR>
          <INPUT TYPE=FILE SIZE=60 NAME="FILE3"><BR>
          <INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT VALUE="Upload!">
     </FORM>

</BODY>
</HTML>


second_page.asp
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<HTML>
<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF">

<%
     Set Upload = Server.CreateObject("Persits.Upload.1")
     Count = Upload.Save("c:\upload")
%>

<% = Count %> files uploaded.

<%
     If Upload.Expires <> CDate("9/9/9999") Then Response.Write "<HR>AspUpload expires on " & Upload.Expires
%>
</BODY>
</HTML>
<%
Set Upload = Nothing
%>


There's really no equivalent code between Asp and VB. For VB, you got to hardcode the file to be uploaded. But of course you can always substitute to source file and the destination using 2 textboxes for users to type. Then it becomes dynamic. You can also consider using Common Dialog box to get the source and destination file path.


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Michel SakrCommented:
Uploading typically requires a component, either the posting acceptor from Microsoft, ASPUpload from http://www.aspupload.com/, SAFileUp from http://www.softartisans.com, ActiveFile from http://www.infomentum.com/activefile/, or ScriptUtilities from http://www.pstruh.cz/help/ScptUtl/library.htm (which also has "PureASP" -- a way to upload without a component).
 
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