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Check for SAFileup Submit Form

I have the below form and code but the file never gets uploaded because the "if len(upl.Form("subUpload")) <> 0 then" is never true. How do I check that the form as been submitted?

Set upl = Server.CreateObject("SoftArtisans.FileUp")
if len(upl.Form("subUpload")) <> 0 then

    BadMsg = ""

    if upl.IsEmpty Then
        BadMsg = "I had problems uploading your file"
    end if

    if BadMsg <= " " then
        upl.Path = "e:\Database\"
        upl.Form("File1").SaveInVirtual "/Database/Something_temp.mdb"
        realPath = "E:\Database\"

' ----------------------------------The Form
<form method="Post" ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" action="UploadDB.asp">

<center><font size="+3">Upload Database</font></center>
<!--  <img src="images/headers_retailerslogoin.gif" width="560" height="40" /> -->
<% If BadMsg > " " then %>
    <center><font color="red"><b><%=BadMsg%></b></font></center<br />
<% end if %>
  <table border="0" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0">
      
      <tr>
            <td class="txtGreen12Bold">Database to Upload:</td><td><Input size="50" type="file" name="File1" value=""></td>
      </tr>
    <tr>
      <td colspan="2"><img src="images/spacer.gif" width="100%" height="1" /></td>
      </tr>
    <tr>
        <td>&nbsp;</td>
        <td><Input type="submit" name="subUpload" value="Upload"></td>
        </tr>      
</table>
</form>
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slamhound
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slamhound
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_Stilgar_Commented:
I'd try if upl.Form("subUpload") then.

Their documentation is pretty poor. If you're interested, I suggest using File Upload Object from http://www.aspemporium.com/. It is much better one, and pure ASP. It has many samples within it, and a good documentation.

Stilgar.
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_Stilgar_Commented:
upl.Form("subUpload").TotalBytes>0 might work as well.
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slamhoundAuthor Commented:
Your first suggestion turned up False every time while your second suggestion gave a "Object required: '[undefined]'" error message on the IF statement.
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slamhoundAuthor Commented:
BUT upl.TotalBytes>0 worked!
Thanks!
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