classic ASP Upload ~URGENT~

Posted on 2010-01-04
Last Modified: 2012-05-08

I downloaded this long time ago, a free application.  I has been working fine. We are moving our pdn to a new server which is win08 64bits.  Does ee know if ASPsmartUpload work on this os?

Or any software that will work for win2008 x64?
Question by:mcrmg
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    Have you tried it? You have to register the dll using regsvr32.

    Place the dll in the system32 directory then open a command prompt and type:
    regsvr32 C:\windows\system32\aspsmartupload.dll


    Author Comment

    it does not work , i am getting "424:Object required" error

    I registered aspSmartUpload.dll and placed aspSmartUploadUtil.dll under system32 based on the luck....please help...I have attached their instructions


    The installation of aspSmartUpload can be broken down into four main stages :

    - extract the downloaded file
    - saving the aspSmartUpload.dll file on the NT server
    - add the aspSmartUploadUtil.dll fils in the NT server Path
    - install the samples

    These four stages are fully described below.


    Configuration required

    Server :
    - 300Ko of free disk space
    - Windows NT 4 Service pack 6a, Microsoft IIS 4
    or Windows 95+, Personal Web Server, ASP
    or Windows 2000 or Windows 2003

    For Microsoft IIS 3 users :
    + VB6 Runtime
    + asp.dll (version 1.0b+) :

    For Microsoft IIS 6 users (Windows 2003) :
    + IIS6.0 prevent the upload of files more than +200Kb.
    Open your metaname.XML which is located in c:\Windows\System32\Inetsrv find the line "AspMaxRequestEntityAllowed" and change it to "1073741824". You might need to start windows in Safe-mode to be able to change that file, otherwise it's being used by IIS.


    Stage 1 : Extract the downloaded file

    All the aspSmartUpload files are supplied in the zipped file,
    Extract to a temporary directory, making sure the directory structure remains intact. If, for example, you extract the file to \temp, you should see the following :


    Stage 2 : Install aspSmartUpload.dll

    You have to register aspSmartUpload.dll on your server. The dll can be registered by using either Regsvr32.exe OR Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS).

    1st Solution: Using RegSVR32
    Copy aspSmartUpload.dll into a directory on the NT server (e.g. c:\mydir).
    Save the component using the commands :
    REGSVR32.EXE c:\mydir\aspSmartUpload.dll (From DOS or the Start/Run prompt)

    2nd Solution: Using Transaction Server
    Select the NT server on which you wish to install aspSmartUpload.
    Create a new batch.
    In the component folder, create a new component called aspSmartUpload.
    Paste aspSmartUpload.dll to the Transaction Server to save it.


    Stage 3 : Install aspSmartUploadUtil.dll

    The objective is to enable the Operating System to access the aspSmartUploadUtil.dll file.

    There is two ways to archieve this :
    - Copy aspSmartUploadUtil.dll in the c:\winnt\system32 directory. That way you don't have to update the PATH propertie.
    - Copy aspSmartUploadUtil.dll into a directory on the NT server (e.g. c:\mydir).
    Add the component directory in the PATH using the commands :
    PATH=%PATH%;c:\mydir (From DOS)


    Stage 4 : Install samples

    The ASP application must be installed in an ASP-script-enabled web directory.

    If your site has the following structure :

    Copy the
    \temp\aspSmartUpload\MyInetpub\scripts\aspSmartUpload directory
    to the
    \inetpub\scripts directory on your server.
    Copy the
    \temp\aspSmartUpload\MyInetpub\wwwroot\aspSmartUpload directory
    to the
    \inetpub\wwwroot directory on your server.

    Using your browser, enter the following addresses :

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    Can you post your code?

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