csXMultiUpload 1.1

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ActiveX control to select and upload multiple files to a server as an HTTP post. Files are selected with a standard file open dialog and can be added or removed before uploading. Free trial supplied with a signed CAB file.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
Simon Chester
Price:
$60
File size:
1.01 Mb
Date added:
November 24, 2007
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Description from the Publisher
ActiveX control to select and upload multiple files to a server as an HTTP post. Files are selected with a standard file open dialog and can be added or removed before uploading. Form variables can be added to the upload. Files can be filtered by extension or limited by file size. All text displayed on the control can be changed to enable language translation. Free trial supplied with a signed CAB file.
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