Using Rev CGI for Giant POST action
JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 5 23:42:23 CDT 2008
I know little about the CGI, but file uploading is part of the world-wide
This, however, may not address all your security concerns without going to
HTTPS, or other.
Go to w3schools.com and check out their HTML lessons
Hope this helps you on a holiday weekend in the US.
On 7/5/08 8:19 PM, "Sivakatirswami" <katir at hindu.org> wrote:
> We want to set up a protected web page where users can browse their
> drive for a movie file(s) and upload via http. Like YouTube does it. I
> presume this is just POST with a CGI on the back end that is robust
> enough to receive it.
> Right now the only CGI language that I know is Revolution. Easy enough
> to test of course, and one answer is "just try it..." What exactly are
> we looking at? well, a typical upload (recently done by someone who has
> FTP access ... ) was four .avi files, 1 at 83 megs, 1 at 45 megs, 1 at
> 32 megs and 1 at 15 megs...
> And of course it might also be just any big file (like a huge PDF or
> Photoshop file)
> But I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this and aware of
> any issues that we should be on the look out for?
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