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A+ ASP Image/Document uploader | view/delete/upload files... create/delete folders

Submitted on: 1/6/2015 12:18:00 AM
By: Mike Loffland (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 20 Users
Compatibility: ASP (Active Server Pages), VbScript (browser/client side)
Views: 5458
     This script utilizes a mix of server-side ASP and client-side vbscript to provide users with the capability to navigate the directory structure of the web-server, select an image file or a document file, and then pass the file attributes back to an HTML form. If the file selected is an image... The image will be displayed to the user so they know that the selected file is the one they want. In addition... the name, width, height, and size of the selected image is collected (code snippet borrowed from Mike Shaffer on 4guys and passed back to the HTML form. If the file selected is a document... the user has the option to download and open the selected file. The name and size of the document selected is passed back to the HTML form. Additional functionality: UPLOAD IMAGE OR DOCUMENT FILES to the given directory... DELETE IMAGE OR DOCUMENT FILES in the given directory... CREATE NEW FOLDERS... DELETE FOLDERS. This code can be modified to allow any type of file to be uploaded.

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Active Server Pages. Client-Side VBScript.
The required "uploader.dll" component is zipped in this zip file. The source-code is included (imageClass.cls).
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