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How can i upload one file in different servers ?

Posted on 2007-03-24
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Hi, I have a big problem, can you help me ???
I'm writing a website using DotnetNuke Framework, this website allows users to upload files and
 the problem is :
The uploaded files must not be uploaded on the  DotnetNuke  platform ( I mean those files do not store on the server where DotnetNuke  is hosted), but on a different server, linux server.
For example: I deployed that website in server A, when user upload a file, this file will be stored in a Linux server B. ....

How can i do it ???
Thanks a lot !!!
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by:atokata
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If the two machines are on the same network, you can just mount the location you want the files to go to on the second server via NFS in the place where your framework wants them to go.  

If they're on totally different networks in different parts of the country, then you should probably make the action of your upload form point to a handler on your second server, the redirect back to the DNN server after the upload is complete.
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Thanks atokata !!! But i'm not clear, can you explain more ??
"If the two machines are on the same network, you can just mount the location you want the files to go to on the second server via NFS in the place where your framework wants them to go" -> I really do not know about NFS !!!
 
"then you should probably make the action of your upload form point to a handler on your second server " -> It means i must implement another web server on the second server, does not it ???
Thanks in andvance !!!
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