Support for IIS7 Integrated Mode

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  1. Patrick Tran
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    Posted 25 Jul 2008 Link to this post

    "Support for IIS7 integrated modeNow the HttpModule has been reworked to integrate IIS7 support. Memory optimization relies on the default .NET Framework 2.0 engine."

    What exactly does it mean that memory optimzation relies on the default .NET 2.0 engine?  Does it mean that uploads use up system memory rather than saving to a temp file?
  2. Atanas Korchev
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    Posted 28 Jul 2008 Link to this post

    Hello Patrick Tran,

    ASP.NET 2.0 uploads work by saving temporary files. Caching the whole file in memory was present in ASP.NET 1.x

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  3. zachgotnosauce
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    Posted 29 Jul 2008 Link to this post

    That's great, but I think to be more thorough, how did RadControls for ASP.NET do it before IIS 7 integration? 

    And do you need to use the TargetFolder or TargetPath properties to use temp files rather than memory?  Can you point us to a kb on how to ensure you are using temp files rather than memory?
  4. Erjan Gavalji
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    Posted 01 Aug 2008 Link to this post

    Hi zachgotnosauce,

    In the previous RadUpload version, RadUploadHttpModule handled the files and saved them to a temporary location (hence the TempFolder property). The TargetFolder property of RadUpload works the same way it worked before - the component takes the files that were uploaded in its file input fields and saves them to the specified folder.

    As per the ASP.NET temp files - I'm sorry I could not find the article mentioning explicitly the upload memory optimization in ASP.NET 2.0, but here is one, describing how to change the default temp path for the FileUpload control.

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