I am trying to create a web page which will allow the user to upload up to 3 files and store them in a SQL database. I am using the fileupload control with runatserver set to true. My upload seems to work some of the time but I think I am having some buffer issues. Remember reading somewhere that the buffer should be cleared between transactions but have no idea how to do that. Whenever I try to upload an additional file I get the DNS can't find page response which indicates that my filelength is too large which leads me to believe that I have a buffer problem. Have tried numerous times to make this work with no satisfaction that it can be deployed with any hope of success. Need help fast!
For large file uploads, I will recommend you use SA FileUp control that allows file uploading using HTTP module without hindering the IIS performance. Check the following:
Installing FileUp for ASP.NET
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