ASP component to save files that have been uploaded through a browser. Support for multiple files. The files can be saved to disk or to a database as a binary stream. HTTP functions for transferring files between servers. Free trial in 32 or 64 bit.
csXGraph 2.0 ActiveX control to draw 2D pie charts, bar charts and line graphs. Display the graphs, export to file (GIF, PNG, BMP) or data stream or copy to the clipboard. Properties allow full control over colours and fonts. 32 bit and 64 bit. Free trial.
csASPZipFile 3.0 This ASP component creates zip files from files on the server allowing them to be saved or streamed to the browser. It can unzip files. It also allows the control of binary file downloads. Available as 32 bit or 64 bit. Free trial.
Description: This is an ASP component/dll which processes file uploads using HTML forms and a web browser. It can handle more than one file per form. Once uploaded the files can be saved to disk or to a database as a binary data stream. Files can also be exported into the csImageFile component for image processing. Form variables can be accessed using the component. Upload progress can be displayed for large uploads. An additional class containing HTTP functions has been included. These allow a script to send a file to a remote server as an HTTP post, and also to receive a file from a remote server as a download. A username and password can be sent if the remote server uses authentication. Form variables can be added for the upload as well as the download. Files can be uploaded from a binary variable or downloaded into a binary variable. There is a free trial available with full instructions. Available as 32 bit or 64 bit.
ASP pure file upload with progress 2.0 Easy to use, hi-performance pure asp include - multiple files upload script with HTML progress bar indicator. ASP upload to server disk, database or email attachment, upload with
csNetUpload 1.0 This is an ASP.NET class that saves files uploaded through an HTTP post. It can save to disk or export the files as a byte array or a MemoryStream. It requires no dependent code in
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