Dundas Upload is a server-side component that can be used to upload files
from a client's machine to the server, under your domain.
How do you use
The following is an example of using the Upload component to upload a file:
instance of our Upload object.
Set uploadObj =
names, to preserve the original filename.
uploadObj.UseUniqueNames = False
'We need to
catch any errors
On Error Resume Next
If (Err <> 0) Then
Response.Write "An error occured: " & Err.Description
The standard Request.Form collection becomes
unusable when the Dundas.Upload.2 object is
instantiated, to access the values of the Form collection, use something similar
formField is a field input that was posted.
Posting a Form
When you post a form to your script, if it contains a file field (<input
type="file" />), you need to specify an encoding type. This can be
done as follows:
<form action="..." method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
The permissions on your hosting account are setup to allow scripts to
operate in a secure manner. Uploading files will work when the Save path
is one that is under your domain. Trying to save to files outside of your
domain will result in an access violation and your script will finish in error.