We're having problems with the storage of documents. We want to store files up tom some GB in size and we're having size errors. This documents are stored in folders, not inside the database or in a FileStream folder.
Some configurations on the "Web.Config" were already changed, but this doesn't solve the problem.
How can we do to surpass the limits? TIA
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
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?
This setting goes in your web.config file. It affects the entire application, though...
"xxx" is in KB. The default is 4096 (= 4 MB).
<httpRuntime maxRequestLength="xxx" />
Was this the property you had changed? What is the error you are getting?
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