Uploading Files In The Background (BITS / AJAX)?

Aug 24, 2010

I have a webpage where users can create a database record and select a file they want to upload to the database server. these files can be big, like 100mb.

I dont want the user to wait, so I want the file to be uploaded in the background. So that they can continue with doing other stuff while the file is being uploaded.

Is BITS the way to go for this? Or is that only for Fatclient development? Any good tuterials

If BITS is not the way to go, what are my options? An ajax call to a services with the filelocation?

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