Android Question Upload file Internal Server Error

Discussion in 'Android Questions' started by ttsolution, Jan 21, 2015.

  1. ttsolution

    ttsolution Member Licensed User

    Dear All,

    I used below code to upload picture to WebServer. I wonder why I could sucess upload which a picture but failed which another one. All my picture are jpg format and <1mb. I used httpUtils2

    The error message is Internal Server Error

    Many thanks for any help


    Below is part my code

    Dim HttpClient1 As HttpJob 'HttpClient
    Sub UploadPicture(P As Pic)
    mFileName=P.CustomerId & ".jpg"

    If File.Exists(File.DirDefaultExternal,mFileName)=True Then
    If Msgbox2("Are you sure ?","","OK Upload","","Không",Null)=DialogResponse.POSITIVE Then
    ProgressDialogShow("Uploading...please wait" & CRLF & P.CustomerName)
    HttpClient1.PostFile("" & P.CustomerId,File.DirDefaultExternal,mFileName)
    End If
    ToastMessageShow("Không tìm thấy file " & mFileName,False)
    End If
    End Sub
    Sub JobDone(Job As HttpJob)
    If Job.Success=True Then
    Msgbox("Upload failed" & CRLF & Job.ErrorMessage,"")
    End If
    lblProgress.Text="Tab here to upload"
    End Sub
  2. sorex

    sorex Expert Licensed User

    can you upload the file via a web based form on a computer?

    asp has a weakness and that's just file uploads.
  3. ttsolution

    ttsolution Member Licensed User

    Yes I could upload from computer using VB.NET Code...(ie., My.Computer.File.Upload(....))
  4. ttsolution

    ttsolution Member Licensed User

    I found the problem was on my uploadpost.asp & fixed.

    Many thanks
  5. ttsolution

    ttsolution Member Licensed User

    When trying to upload files over 200KB on IIS 6 the file may never upload and you either get an error or are sent to a blank screen. By default Windows 2003 server limits file uploads to about 200KB in size. To overcome this limit you must edit the IIS metabase.xml file.

    1. Before you can edit the metabase.xml file you must tell IIS to allow you to edit the file. In IIS, right click the name of the server and select properties. Check "Enable Direct Metabase Edit"
    2. Find the metabase.xml file located in C:\windows\sytem32\inetserv and open the file in Notepad.
    3. Search for AspMaxRequestEntityAllowed and increase the value. The default value is 204800 (200K). Setting the value to 1000000 will allow 1 MB file uploads.
    4. You may now wish to uncheck the IIS property called "Enable Direct Metabase Edit".

    To increase the file download size limit, repeat all steps above but in Step 3 find the parameter called AspBufferingLimit. The default download limit is 4MB.


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