This Task is two folds and it must be PREPARED IN VB / ASP .NET 2.0
I require to integrate "ASP Persist Upload" into my godaddy account and I need someone to help me with the code as I am a little stuck.
Please visit [url removed, login to view] for live working example and try to upload something to get the idea of the ASP Persisit Component which I will use with my godaddy account to upload files.... (ASP Persisit Website: [url removed, login to view])
I managed to get it working in ASP 1.0 but I need it in ASP & VB Net 2.0... The Code must be converted
1) Instructions and FTP for Testing
2) Demo Images
3) ASP Persisent Upload ASP Files (Needs to be converted to ASPX)
What I need you to do for me is two folds
1) I need the progress Bar to be embeded within the Upload Page and I dont want it to pop up a new window as it is doing now. I also want to customize it to add a logo and change the colours, size, etc.
I would really appreciate an Ajax Style Progress Upload Bar, but it is not essential for the project.
2) Convert to VB Net (2.0), I will provide you if you are selected with two files ([url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view]) which I want to implement and integrate the ASP Upload into so that it works from [url removed, login to view] and not upload.ASP. The reason being is that I want to perform some actions before uploading such as changing file name, inserting to database, creating sessions, etc, and my application is in ASP 2.0 ... so I need it to function from this file which I put the actions into it, it should work on the upload button without chnging the code... More info will be given once selected for the project. It must be able to upload 2 GB File Sizes and currently the component is capable)
Please tell me if you are intrested in this project and also inform me if you have previous exprience in ASP Upload Component, as that will be an advantage.
Also Kindly inform me of your price for this project as I am unaware,
** Important Info ** This project will be in ASP 2.0 (ie aspx) and will NOT be done in 1.1 as the demo provided is in ASP 1.0
Waiting your reply,