Before making FileUp available to .NET applications, you must first start by following the directions for installing FileUp for ASP.NET.
|Step 1:||Add the appropriate FileUp dlls to the bin directory of the application.|
|The following dlls need to be added to the bin directory of your .NET application:
The dlls can be added to the bin directory manually by simply copying the dlls to the bin. If you are using Visual Studio to develop your application, you should add the dlls as a reference to your project. This will automatically copy them to the bin folder of your application as well as make them available to the project during development. Please note that you must click the "Browse..." button in the Add Reference dialog and navigate to them in the FileUp\dotnet directory. They will not be listed in the .NET tab."
|Step 2:||Update the web.config file for the application.|
(Optional). If you chose to implement the (recommended) HttpModule, you must add
the following to the web.config file under the
If you are running FileUp on version 2.x of the .NET Framework, your web.config changes to support the module will also include additions to the <compilation> node:
|Step 3:||Instruct IIS to pass .uplx requests to ASP.NET for processing.|
If you chose to add support for the HttpModule, you must also instruct IIS to allow ASP.NET to process files with the .uplx extension. The HttpModule intercepts requests to files with the extension .uplx. After a request is handled by the HttpModule, the request needs to be forwarded to ASP.NET.
Add .uplx to the Application's App Mappings
Properly configured application mappings for the .uplx extension: