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Memba Velodoc XP Edition is the open source core of the Velodoc platform for publishing, sharing, sending and transferring large files. It is constituted of ASP.NET Ajax server controls, modules and handlers for uploading and downloading large files.

More specifically, Memba Velodoc XP Edition is constituted of:

An ASP.NET Http module to stream the upload of large files (compatible with IIS7 integrated pipeline mode); An ASP.NET Http handler to provide resumable downloads of large files; ASP.NET server controls to develop user interfaces with file upload functionalities, including a multi-upload control, a listview control and a progress bar control; A web application which is an FTP replacement for exchanging large files with email contacts and which also serves as a sample implementation of the components listed above; A WCF streaming web service used by Memba Velodoc Outlook Add-In; A windows service to periodically purge old files; A test project; A deployment project; A setup project; Documentation.

More informationYou can try Velodoc at http://www.velodoc.net. You can get Velodoc at http://www.velodoc.com. For more information go to http://www.velodoc.com/help and http://www.memba.com.

PrerequisitesTo install this project, you need:

Windows XP SP2, Windows Server 2003 SP1, Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, Internet Information Server 5.1+, .NET framework 3.0, ASP.NET Ajax Extensions 1.0. To run this project, you need access to an SMTP server which is used to send email notifications. To modify this project, you need Visual Studio 2005 and Web Deployment Projects.

NotesSome items included in this project are not covered by the GPL License:

Icons are made by Incors and the license terms can be found at http://www.iconexperience.com/x_collections/license/. WatiN is used for UI automated tests and can be found at http://watin.sourceforge.net/.

DocumentationDatasheet (english) Datasheet (french) Click the Downloads tab to access the source code and technical documentation

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