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From Joe Smith <>
Subject Re: Upload large file problem
Date Wed, 22 Dec 2004 21:31:54 GMT
But I don't get any exception, the browser just display "The page cannot be displayed". I couldn't
get any error at all.

Dakota Jack <> wrote:Did you see the list exchanges entitled "FileUpload
UnknownSizeException on a file of 3Go"?

On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 16:51:36 -0800 (PST), Joe Smith wrote:
> I am using common file upload. When I tried to upload a large 20MB file and test it in
my local machine, i.e, upload it to local machine, everything is fine.
> However, after deploying the application to the server, and run from there, then it display
> "The page cannot be displayed" after 1 minute, the file cannot upload at all.
> I posted this problem before, and someone suggested it maybe the time out problem. The
timeout from where? I am using Websphere Application Server. Any possible roots to this problem,
and what I can do now?
> Please adivse. thanks a lot!!
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