Solution to "Maximum request length exceeded."
When making a large post, you may see the message:
Maximum request length exceeded
There are no references to this on MS's website, or anywhere
else that I've seen.
However, with the help of the Wrox book "Professional ASP.NET",
I have found that by default there is a 4MB post limit.
This can be changed in machine.config (entire site) or web.config
(individual app), by changing maxRequestLength:
<httpRuntime executionTimeout="300" maxRequestLength="51200"/>
The above example increases the limit to 51200 KB (50 MB).
your post helped me a lot. Thanks
I apply this config but still error
I tried this it works but when multiple users tried to upload files at same time, due to network trafic it gives me error"Maximum request length exceeded" if you know solution reply me.
May be this help you..
This is my first post ever in any forum..
I too am newbie to asp.net.. n faced a different problem but related to this ..
The solution posted is right but if you make the maxRequestLength in the web.config to maxRequestLength ="2097150"..
Then may be this might help you..
i already set value in web.config and maching.config but still it gives me problem as i say in my earlier post, i think i should configure IIS have u any idea?
Last edited by viraldmehta; 11-26-2008 at 03:18 AM.
Can you move your app to a less conjested server?
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