yet another upload script, however this time it let you control
some things that most script won't handle, for example it can
check images width and height.
upload script is attached in the zip file.
sample code using this upload script:
as you can see, in the Uploader code you can control theCode:<!-- #include file="ShadowUploader.asp" --> <% Dim objUpload If Request("action")="1" Then Set objUpload=New ShadowUpload If objUpload.GetError<>"" Then Response.Write("sorry, could not upload: "&objUpload.GetError) Else Response.Write("found "&objUpload.FileCount&" files...<br />") For x=0 To objUpload.FileCount-1 Response.Write("file name: "&objUpload.File(x).FileName&"<br />") Response.Write("file type: "&objUpload.File(x).ContentType&"<br />") Response.Write("file size: "&objUpload.File(x).Size&"<br />") Response.Write("image width: "&objUpload.File(x).ImageWidth&"<br />") Response.Write("image height: "&objUpload.File(x).ImageHeight&"<br />") If (objUpload.File(x).ImageWidth>200) Or (objUpload.File(x).ImageHeight>200) Then Response.Write("image to big, not saving!") Else Call objUpload.File(x).SaveToDisk(Server.MapPath("Uploads"), "") Response.Write("file saved successfully!") End If Response.Write("<hr />") Next Response.Write("thank you, "&objUpload("name")) End If End If %> <form action="<%=Request.ServerVariables( "Script_Name" )%>?action=1" enctype="multipart/form-data" method="POST"> File1: <input type="file" name="file1" /><br /> File2: <input type="file" name="file2" /><br /> File3: <input type="file" name="file3" /><br /> Name: <input type="text" name="name" /><br /> <button type="submit">Upload</button> </form>
maximum upload size (total of all files plus form data) and
the upload take place once you initialize the upload object.
however, the files will not be saved to disk until
SaveToDisk method is called!
you can check file type by ContentType or FileName, and you
can check if the file is valid image by checking the ImageWidth
or ImageHeight: if they're -1 it's not valid image.
- fixed file name problem - thanks Shem for pointing on this problem.
- fixed problem causing you could not use Response.Redirect
after you saved the uploaded files - thanks Shemzilla!
- changed the code so that passing new file name without
extension will use the original extension.
- changed the code so that it would append extension of
original file to the given fie name, if this given file name does
not have any extension.
getting Permission Denied error
script hangs on SaveToDisk call
Bad file name or number error
getting Operation Not Allowed error
Server.CreateObject Access Error when creating Scripting.Dictionary
Invalid procedure call or argument: 'MidB' error when uploading
Browser just hangs, file is not uploaded
uploading whole directory
resize the uploaded images on the fly
inserting uploaded images names to database
email the uploaded file
Get files by their corresponding form element name
where the uploaded files will be saved?
uploading any file (not only images)
uploading large files
preventing user from uploading non image files
help implementing the code
change the name of the uploaded file change it completely
display uploaded image after uploading it
integrating the upload with existing code
using GetFileIndexByName with non IE browsers
Comments on this post
- baseballdude_ → agrees: Badabababa I'm loooovin it.
- lewy → agrees: Very nice script. Great job Shadow :)
- Levurax → agrees: Good one
- JustXtreme → agrees: I searched and Searched and nothing, But Shadow Saves the Day. Great Work!!!
- kanenas.net → agrees: Great work !
- Khrysller → agrees: this rulez
- shem → agrees: btw... thanks for the script:D
- Dr_Rock → agrees: Been a while since I dropped in, I remember you wrote this script, certainly came in handy, thanks!
- ajayp40 → agrees: ITS BEAUTIFUL,CHEERS USED IT MANY TIME NOW
- WolverineHD → agrees: This is excellent!