When and how does asp.net runtime load dlls ?

Let’s look at when and how asp.net runtime loads a particular dll. Your asp.net application needs to load lot of dlls to run your application.Following are some of the common scenarios n which your application will try to load a dll into the application. Your reference dlls and dependencies of referenced dlls In your visual studio…

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Part 3-Suggestions on implementing large file upload in asp.net

This is continuation of blog posts part 1 and part 2 this post covers possible alternatives on implementing large file upload in asp.net using fileupload control SaveAs- internal implementation is explained part 2 property FileContent or PostedFile.InputStream. This again is using the HttpRawUploadedContent +temp file approach,but you can you get the content as a stream object,which you can…

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Part 2- demystifying the file upload process in asp.net

This is a continuation of the blog post http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rohithrajan/archive/2013/01/22/large-file-uploads-in-asp-net-part-1.aspx The default option for uploading files in asp.net is using Fileupload controls SaveAs method http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.webcontrols.fileupload.saveas.aspx when we use the FileUpload control’s save as method,it is internally using a class HttpRawUploadedContent .This is in turn using TempFile helper class .This class creates a temp file for posted data. This temp…

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large file uploads in asp.net -part 1

Uploading large files in asp.net  requires a bit of configuration changes and met with certain challenges with different versions of asp.net(I would say asp.net 2.0 and below). In this blog post I am trying to address some issues covering the large file upload in asp.net on IIS6/IIS7.x . As the topic can get a bit complex (If…

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