This is a permission problem. CreateObject Failed Invalid class string A2. It means that either the component has not been registered on the server or the ProgID passed to the Server. CreateObject method is misspelled.
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FromDatabase which allows you to perform the exporting in 1 line of code. The time is converted to Greenwich Meridian Time GMT to account for possible time difference between the client and server machines.
Save, as follows: Upload. To learn how to make file uploading and downloading encryption-enabled, and to download your free trial copy of AspEncrypt, visit the AspEncrypt.
Directory Listing Besides Form and Files collections, UploadManager provides one more collection, Directory, which represents a file directory on your hard drive. Unlike the other two collections, Directory does not require that the Save method be called to be populated.
The Directory collection consists of DirectoryItem objects. Each DirectoryItem object represents a file or subdirectory inside this directory. All the file and subdirectory items are always grouped together, with subdirectories preceding files in the collection.
Within the subdirectory and file groups, items can be sorted by name, type, size, creation time, last modification time and last access time. Items are always sorted in an ascending order.
Write item. The second argument is optional and, if used, must be set to one of the Sort-by values defined in AspUpload. As we just mentioned, the items in the collection are always sorted in an ascending order. If you need to list files in a descending order instead, you will have to scroll through the collection backwards using integer indexes rather than a For-Each statement, e. Count To 1 Step -1 Response. Write Dir i. File Downloading It may sometimes be necessary to let users download file which do not reside in an IIS virtual directory.
If the second parameter is set to True or omitted the method will set Response. If the extension is unknown or missing, Response.
If the second parameter is set to False, Response. ContentType will not be set by the method so that you can set it to any value you need.
We illustrate the use of both features in the sample files DirectoryListing.
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Write File. Path End If The Upload. Form collection is not entirely identical to Request. The sample files Form3. Form collection. In a multi-user environment, this is undesirable, as multiple users may upload files with the same name. AspUpload can be configured to generate unique names for the files being uploaded to prevent overwriting existing files in the upload directory.
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