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asp clsUpload BinaryRead problems when uploading file and submitting data

Posted on 2006-10-31
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Hi guys,

I have an upload file page which contains input text and file elements in a form. The compnent I use to upload is clsUpload.

When i try using request.form("text") is gives:

Cannot use the generic Request collection after calling BinaryRead

Ok, I searched solutions and seems request.querystring("text") is appropraite, but it always takes the value to be NULL when I use method POST, but is ok when using GET. But then GET will not work with uploading files.

What is going wrong? I need to know the method to call the variables from the form in POST method

Thanks~!
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Question by:huang_ck
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by:amit_g
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If your object name is objUpload you need to use objUpload.Fields("text") . You will have a line like this

Set objUpload = new clsUpload

That tells you the name of the object. Use objUpload.Fields("TheFormFieldName") to get any form field value.
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by:huang_ck
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i get this error after using objUpload.Fields:

Object doesn't support this property or method: 'objUpload.fields'
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by:amit_g
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Show us the code that you have now (before the change). Does that code work?
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by:huang_ck
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here is my script that works:

set objUpload = New clsUpload
objUpload.RestrictFileExtentions = true
'objUpload.SafeFileExtensions = "jpg|gif|png|bmp"
objUpload.SafeFileExtensions = "jpg|gif|bmp"                              
objUpload.Upload ""

strDestination_big = Server.MapPath("../photo/big")

for each item in objUpload.Files
                                          
   'create file object
   set objItem = objUpload.Files(item)
                                          
   'set file destination and save
   objItem.uploadpath = strDestination_big
   objItem.save
   'clean up
   set objItem = nothing

next




It works with no problem, but when I use like: strText = request.form("text")
it has problems
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amit_g earned 500 total points
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Try

strText = objUpload.Form("text")

If this doesn't work, post the clsUpload code or a link where you downloaded it from.
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