The goal is to be able to upload large files (above the server limit which is usually 20-30MB).
Posted on:30 Jan 2022 09:38
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DevExpress has an upload control that works well with uploading large files if you use their chunking feature. Telerik needs to add something similar. We dont always have control of the server endpoints.
Posted on:26 Jan 2022 04:07
The current Upload component depends on the endpoint - how large a request it can handle. So, the configuration for that will vary wildly between endpoints, server technologies and setups. This is something you need to confirm with the developer and hosting service of the endpoint, it does not stem from the Telerik component.
Are you saying, if configured right, the Blazor upload component will handle files up to 2gb in size?
If so, can you point to me to what to change?
Right now I seem to be stuck.
InputFile on .Net 6 handles it, but very very slowly, to the point of being unusable.
Telerik Upload works fine for tiny files, but fails instantly with large files.
Posted on:15 Jan 2022 14:40
The key point of this component is to offer asynchornous file uploads, something the framework cannot do on its own. It is a fundamentally different approach to the file select component that streams a byte to the C# code of the current Blazor app (which can be cumbersome over signalr, for example). For the vast majority of situations, the default limits of web servers suffice, and this is why this chunk upload feature is not implemented yet - we need to prioritize tasks with higher impact and demand first. For the time being, I can suggest you look into increasing the max request size on the endpoint you have in use for such large files for the time being. The typical default on IIS is 2GB, but that can be changed in different places, and you may be using a different server.
I am VERY disappointed to see this problem exists. What's the point of the upload control?!?
My application uses large video files between 1 and 2gb in size, and I immediately get "file failed to upload". Smaller files work fine.
Posted on:02 Sep 2020 15:00
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Posted on:02 Sep 2020 14:52
Does Telerik have an expected deliver date for this new component?