This site is managed for Microsoft by Neudesic, LLC. | © 2016 Microsoft. Httppostedfilebase Cannot Access A Closed File share|improve this answer answered Oct 1 '14 at 20:17 Amos Zoellner 23327 Thanks!

Is it unethical to poorly translate an exam from Dutch to English and then present it to the English speaking students? Get More Info A couple questions, then: 1) What happens if you upload only one K? Damned ! Solution 1 Accept Solution Reject Solution Try following:[^][^] Permalink Posted 22-Dec-11 18:54pm Monjurul Habib99.7K Updated 22-Dec-11 18:56pm v2 Comments thatraja 23-Dec-11 2:43am This should help the OP, System.objectdisposedexception: Cannot Access A Closed File

Cheers Hamish LimbrickThanksHamish Limbrick You got my problem solved, same issue -fileupload not working on prod environment. Changing this to 8192 allowed my code to work. My site was on an intranet. footballism Another ParadigmShift! useful reference But it works when running from my IDE so not sure.

All rights reserved. C# Itextsharp Cannot Access A Closed File Changing this to 8192 allowed my code to work. My site was on an intranet. Error: A semi colon character was expected.

i will test it right forget to mention that the instruction < httpRuntime maxRequestLength="10240" requestLengthDiskThreshold="4096" / >should be inclosed in the web.config like this..< configuration > < system.web >...< httpRuntime

man...what you have is very good...thanks for your info.keep it up December 2, 2009 at 7:04 AM Anonymous said... You need to be signed in to Channel 9 to use this feature. Great Post. Requestlengthdiskthreshold Maxrequestlength Is it maybe a limitation of how large a session variable can be?

Thanks for the post. Thanks vadimdb Thanks a lot! Here you can check for the content length of the request and then redirect to the some error page or the same page with some value in session or query string It worked for me Permalink Posted 27-Aug-14 20:51pm tarunesh.08639 Add a Solution Add your solution here B I U S small BIG code Plain TextC++CSSC#Delphi / PascalF#HTML / XML

After some more investigation I've found out that if I use the new FileUpload control then this problem goes away. How to publish multiple websites in a solution? ► November (8) ► October (4) ► August (4) ► July (1) ► June (4) ► May (2) ► April (5) ► March Sep 02, 2005 at9:34AM Hi Andy, How about the client?