- Volume 6 Issue 3
Recently many ASP applications have been released which enable them to accept, save and manipulate files uploaded with a web browser. The files are uploaded via an HTML POST form using RFC 1867 In particular, the file transfer via the HTTP port is getting more important because of the current Internet security issues. In this paper, we implement a form-based ASP upload component and disclose explicitly most of the main codes. That is, the open source might be helpful to develop the new ASP applications including file upload function in the future. We also show the upload time and CPU usage time of the proposed upload component and compare with the well-known commercial ones, showing the performance metrics of the proposed component are comparable to those of commercial ones.
RFC 1867;Upload Component;ASP(Active Server Pages);IIS(Internet information Server)