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    SitePoint Evangelist hpal's Avatar
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    how to substitute aspjpeg and aspupload ?

    Because I need a good hosting, and most of the dedicated one's i found don't have these components installed on the server. and I don't want to pay 300 bucks for each on to be installed on the server.

    found this http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb...txtCodeId=6569

    but what about the aspjpeg substitute ?

    Also I'm not a coder so I am trying to tell my coder what to do, theer seems to be alot of mis information as she is from india.

    Your help is appreciated.

    Do you think I should just hire someone to covert it to php for hosting costs ?

    Also another question, if I converted it to .net ( I heard someone that you don't need the asp components for the .net as coding substitute it) is this true ?

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    To be honest, the only people who actually buy these components are companies that are going to use it ALOT! and replicate the component across a wide number of applications.

    With ASP.Net you have the world at your fingertips, or your developer.

    You can do almost anything with it, and what you can't do, you can get classes to do it for you.

    The best thing with .net applications, it's either cs files, dll files or default aspx, asmx files. Which you can add realtime to the server, and the compiler ( .net engine ) will automatically register them.

    I use .net alot, I am now moving away from web applications to windows/mobile device applications.

    Gav


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    And here is a pure ASP (i.e. no components) resource for letting the user upload a file which is something that was unfortunately not built into ASP:

    ASP File Upload Using VBScript by John R. Lewis - 7/10/2000
    http://aspzone.com/articles/160.aspx
    J. Paul Schmidt
    www.Bullschmidt.com - Freelance Web and Database Developer
    www.Bullschmidt.com/DevTip.asp - Classic ASP Design Tips

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    SitePoint Evangelist hpal's Avatar
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    asked my coder to use aspsmartupload (its free)

    http://www.aspsmart.com/aspSmartUpload/


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