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How to upload files in PASOE/web using classic Webspeed procedures

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Article Number000069931
EnvironmentProduct: PAS for OpenEdge
Version: OE 11.6.x
OS: All supported platforms
Other: Webspeed
Question/Problem Description
How to upload files in PASOE/web using classic Webspeed procedures?
How to use binaryUploadMaxSize with PASOE/web?
get-binary-data function returns unknown value ('?') with PASOE/web
Steps to Reproduce
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Cause
Resolution
To move/enable the file upload functionality used with classic Webspeed to PASOE/web, add the following property to the [AppServer.Agent.AppName] section of the openedge.properties file:
binaryUploadMaxSize=<size_in_bytes>
where 'AppName' is the ABL Application name, e.g. oepas1.

The property 'fileUploadDirectory' doesn't work at this time.
The file will be uploaded to the <oepas_instance>/work directory.
Workaround
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References to Other Documentation:

Progress Article(s):
How to upload binary file through Webspeed?
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Last Modified Date6/21/2016 12:28 PM
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