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28 Jul 2008
This is excellent piece of code. I finally understand how to keep the track of the uploaded files. Currently I am using code based on “Uploading with Silverlight 2 Beta 1 and WCF” http://michaelsync.net/2008/03/27/uploading-with-silveright-2-beta-1-and-wcf
. This is another quality sample. Works like a charm but uploads only one file at the time. I’ve modified it to process multiple files but couldn’t find the foolproof method of checking the progress and status of the downloaded file. Your code gave me some new ideas and I want to combine these two concepts into one. No luck so far, I am stack at the very end when I try to call the web service.
I’ll keep checking this website for any future updates. Keep them coming please. Currently this is the only site on the web where one can learn how to build multiple files uploader in Silverlight 2. I’m really surprised that this type of tutorial is not posted on the main Silverlight site.
08 Sep 2008
It's really good example.
However, It's not showing what time left for upload. It's just progress.
08 Sep 2008
Because we don't really know. You could estimate it after the first file completes but that was why I provided the source :)
18 Sep 2008
Nice Sample. Could you post the code for the web service?
18 Sep 2008
It's listed on the original post at http://www.thejoyofcode.com/Updated_Silverlight_Uploader_for_SL2_Beta_1.aspx
- it's literally tiny so a cut and paste should cover you.
24 Sep 2008
I'm a newbie in C# and Silverlight. Your Uploadler is a nice stuff of code. But I try four days to sent a additional path from the silverlight client to the webservice. I generate a GUID at startup the silverlight application. On the server I'll create a new directory with the GUID as name for example. Anything i try is fault.
First I try add the following code to the webservice:
public string _myPath = "";
public void getPath(string customerPath)
_myPath = _uploadPath + "/" + customerPath;
But the Method will not shown in the UploadService.cs, Uploader.cs and so on.
On a second way I try to use WCF. Here I can Upload, send and create the path. But here it isn't possible for me to convert your statusbar from asmx to wcf.
Can you help me? What I've to do, when I'll send a additional path-Parameter to the webservice?