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February 1, 2007, 6:45 pm
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i am trying to create a hidden iframe in my form that passes
some files for upload to the server. kind of a tricky way to
provide the user an "ajax-style" feel during upload.
the problem is that the files never make it to the server - the
.net httpfilecollection is always zero. after doing some
have discovered that the iframe contenttype is text/html.
as in uderstand it, uploads always have to be multipart/form-data.
how do i engineer my upload form so the iframe is the correct
i have done the obvious which is sent the enctype="multipart/form-
in the form tag that encases the input files (type=file) for uplaod.
any ideas? i would be happy to provide code or a venkman summary
if you ask - just didnt want to overdo it. :)
Re: iFrame ContentType
after some further debugging and guesswork, i am starting to think
that this program fails at the point when the querystring is being
to the iframe object:
has anybody out there had any problems with using location.replace()
as a way of passing the upload querystring through the iframe to the