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Cant upload the file more than 3 MB to SharePoint Library using Client Object model.
 
Following is the two ways i tried.
 
Way 1:
using (FileStream fs = new FileStream(strCurrentTempPath, FileMode.Open))
{                    SP.File.SaveBinaryDirect(ClientContextName,ServerRelativeUrl, FileStream, true);
}
 
Way 2:
Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.File file = oWeb.GetFileByServerRelativeUrl(ServerRelativeUrl);
 
FileVersionCollection versions = file.Versions;
 
FileSaveBinaryInformation fsbi = new FileSaveBinaryInformation();
 
ClientContext ctx = new ClientContext(RootUrl);
byte[] binaryData =System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes(strCurrentTempPath);
 
fsbi.Content = binaryData;
file.SaveBinary(fsbi);
 
clientContext.Load(file);
clientContext.Load(versions);
clientContext.ExecuteQuery();
Exception:
400 Bad Request
Posted 7-Nov-12 21:20pm
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Solution 1

In you web.config, increase the maxRequestLength.
 <system.web>
    <httpruntime maxrequestlength="1000000" executiontimeout="240" requestvalidationmode="2.0" />
    </system.web>
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sugumar srinuvas at 8-Nov-12 9:33am
   
i tried,this one not workout in my case.

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