Secondly these limits are there for a reason: allowing uploads of large files isn't normally a good idea, especially on a public website. You need to have think about whether this is really necessary: its slow for the user, has the potential to fill your disk-space quickly and can be used as part of a DoS attack. You should sanity check what is happening, for example can the file be put onto the server by other means than the web-interface.
Thirdly (assuming you still have the need) you might want to consider a richer upload control. There is one here[^] reference as part of a discussion on large file uploads elsewhere. I haven't used it, and so can't vouch for it, but I've found others helpful in the past.
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So, i've exausted my sources for search without any success.
I currently have a Web Application that works as a quiz engine (i hope that's the correct translation) in where the administrator can enter Questions and options for answers, including predefined ones (that generate a list of radio buttons or checkboxes), calculated ones (no problem here) and free-text ones.
now, the need arraived for a medical quiz that has one question that requires the user to include a file in the answer.
currently, when the page that displays the quiz form is posted, the controller receives the following structure:
- question collection
//i neeed the attachment to go here, on the question object
- options collection
there's any way i can get this? as the structure isn't constant (as in i don't even know what types of options will be sent back, their quantities or even if i need a attachment) I can't receive a IEnumerable<HttpPostedFileBase> on the controller, so i don't see any options here....
EDIT: acidentally posted the question while i was writing it, sorry.
I'm brazilian and english (well, human languages in general) aren't my best skill, so, sorry by my english. (if you want we can speak in C# or VB.Net =p)