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Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule

Last post Mon, Mar 16 2009, 12:54 AM by Oleg Zhuk. 3 replies.
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  •  Fri, Mar 13 2009, 10:27 AM 10932

    Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule

    Hi!  I am having problems with the FileUploader.Net component.    See error below.  My environment is the following:

    Windows 2003 Server
    IIS 6.0
    Asp.net 2.0
    SQL Server 2005

    My Web.config is as follows:

    <section name="Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule" type="Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule, Mediachase.FileUploader" />

     

    <add name="Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule" type="Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule, Mediachase.FileUploader" />

     

    <Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule>
          <httpPost BufferSize="128000" />
          <httpFile TempStoragePath="~/Controls/Speerio/Uploader/scratch" />
          <pageFilter>
            <allow RequestPath="*UploadDialog.aspx" />
            <deny RequestPath="*" />
          </pageFilter>
        </Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule>

    I am getting the following error message

    Method: Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule.694a7e1d01f817ae
    StackTrace:
    Message: System.Exception: Unhandled Error: ---> System.Exception: Reqest was aborted at Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule.694a7e1d01f817ae(Object 337e217cb3ba0627, EventArgs fbf34718e704c6bc) at System.Web.HttpApplication.SyncEventExecutionStep.System.Web.HttpApplication.IExecutionStep.Execute() at System.Web.HttpApplication.ExecuteStep(IExecutionStep step, Boolean& completedSynchronously) --- End of inner exception stack trace ---

     

     

  •  Fri, Mar 13 2009, 10:31 AM 10933 in reply to 10932

    Re: Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule

    I forgot to add that I am using an older version of your control.  It is version 1.9.2113.15970
  •  Fri, Mar 13 2009, 11:43 AM 10934 in reply to 10933

    Re: Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule

    What were the steps you took to generate this error?

     

    Mediachase Software

  •  Mon, Mar 16 2009, 12:54 AM 10935 in reply to 10932

    Re: Mediachase.FileUploader.McHttpModule

    Request was aborted error means that network connection was closed and FileUploader.NET component could not read data from request.

    For example  you can receive the "Request was aborted" error if
    - press Stop in client browser application or go to next page.
    - proxy closed long http connection
    - IIS recycled (check your IIS pool settings and try turn off or configure pool recycle settings)
     
    Do you receive error constantly? If YES can you create a simple application with upload form only and send me to ozh@mediachase.ru with steps how to reproduce error.
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