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iFolder 3 webaccess uploading error

I'm running iFolder 3 on a Suse OES server. When I try to upload a file
larger than 6 - 8 megs, it seems, it shows the error:

iFolder Web Access has experience an unexpected error.

Maximum request length exceeded.
in <0x0044a> System.Web.HttpRequest:GetRawContent ()
in <0x00034> System.Web.HttpRequest:GetMultipartFormData ()
in <0x00134> System.Web.HttpRequest:ParseFormData ()
in <0x00016> System.Web.HttpRequest:get_Form ()
in <0x0006c> System.Web.UI.Page:DeterminePostBackMode ()
in <0x0001a> System.Web.UI.Page:InternalProcessRequest ()
in <0x000a9> System.Web.UI.Page:ProcessRequest (System.Web.HttpContext
context)
in <0x00233> System.Web.HttpApplication+ExecuteHandlerState:Execute ()
in <0x0007c> System.Web.HttpApplication+StateMachine:ExecuteState
(IStateHandler state, System.Boolean readysync)

I don't have a limit set on the server for download size. Has this been
a problem, or any ideas? Thanks for your time.

Brian

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Re: iFolder 3 webaccess uploading error

Documentation says:

5.3 Web Access Supports File Sizes Under 10 MB

iFolder 3 Web Access does not support the uploading and downloading of
10 MB or larger files. To upload or download files that are 10 MB or
larger, users must use the iFolder client.

Does that help?

-bert
www.bertplat.nl

In article <uHBXe.1626$Oi6.1205@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>,
brian@msmalumni.byu.edu says...
> I'm running iFolder 3 on a Suse OES server. When I try to upload a file
> larger than 6 - 8 megs, it seems, it shows the error:
>
> iFolder Web Access has experience an unexpected error.
>
> Maximum request length exceeded.
> in <0x0044a> System.Web.HttpRequest:GetRawContent ()
> in <0x00034> System.Web.HttpRequest:GetMultipartFormData ()
> in <0x00134> System.Web.HttpRequest:ParseFormData ()
> in <0x00016> System.Web.HttpRequest:get_Form ()
> in <0x0006c> System.Web.UI.Page:DeterminePostBackMode ()
> in <0x0001a> System.Web.UI.Page:InternalProcessRequest ()
> in <0x000a9> System.Web.UI.Page:ProcessRequest (System.Web.HttpContext
> context)
> in <0x00233> System.Web.HttpApplication+ExecuteHandlerState:Execute ()
> in <0x0007c> System.Web.HttpApplication+StateMachine:ExecuteState
> (IStateHandler state, System.Boolean readysync)
>
> I don't have a limit set on the server for download size. Has this been
> a problem, or any ideas? Thanks for your time.
>
> Brian
>
>

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