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Alexander Schaaf has been a freelance developer and consultant for more than nine years, specializing in Microsoft technologies. He is co-founder and chief software developer of, alexander-schaaf.com and works on projects all over Europe. Alexander lives with his family in Germany.
For .NET Zone | November 22, 2004
It's notoriously difficult to deal with large file downloads in Web applications, so for most sites, woe betide users if their download gets interrupted. But it doesn't have to be that way; you can make your ASP.NET applications capable of serving resumable large-file downloads. While you're at it, you can track the download progress so you can handle dynamically created files—and you can get all this without old-fashioned ISAPI DLLs and without unmanaged C++ code.
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