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Álvaro Damas
On 4/28/21, 1:26 PM

Hello, Xavi


Create that manual code (Manwin), shown above, and adapt in your interests


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Hi Alvaro,

I've tried all of this with the latest version of Genio available for us (299.23) , including the changes in the web.config files, and yet I'm not even able to upload a 900Mb++ file. It goes through all the uploading process until 100% and then the error message is "Ocorreu um erro ao processar o pedido."

When using a routine written by us that imports files from a folder, we're able to upload files up to 2Gb, but not larger than that.

We really need to solve this problem....

Xavi
on 6/2/21, 2:08 AM

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Xavi
On 4/28/21, 12:48 AM

Hello,

Thanks for your message.

Yes I changed the size in this section:

<httpRuntime maxRequestLength="31457280"  /> for files up to 30GB

Still the error message is:


This message takes me to the jquery.fileupload-validate.js

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messages: {

                maxNumberOfFiles: 'Maximum number of files exceeded',

                acceptFileTypes: 'File type not allowed',

                maxFileSize: 'File is too large',

                minFileSize: 'File is too small'

            }

...

So I assume there must be a place where to change the "maxFileSize", but there are too many places where this can be changed.

Is it somewhere in here, or just the web.config should do the job?



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Tiago Xavier
On 4/27/21, 11:40 AM

Hi,

This setting goes in your web.config file. It affects the entire application, though...

<configuration>
<system.web>
<httpRuntime maxRequestLength="xxx" />
</system.web>
</configuration>
"xxx" is in KB. The default is 4096 (= 4 MB).

Was this the property you had changed? What is the error you are getting?

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Xavi
on 4/28/21, 12:50 AM

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