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We were using the upload component from your site but it appears to have vanished. We tried the new component with Chilkat_9_5_0.UploadRcv instead of Chilkat.UploadRcv but that doesn’t work (though Chilkat_9_5_0. Crypt2 works just fine.)

Has the upload component been depreciated and removed?

asked Aug 18 '14 at 11:16

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The UploadRcv object is not included in the consolidated/new ActiveX DLL that contains all the Chilkat objects. There are technical reasons for it -- mainly because the ActiveX wrapping (i.e. the COM layer) is entirely generated, and the UploadRcv object is (classic) ASP specific, and the API does not fit neatly with the COM-layer code generation.

The old UploadRcv may still be used simultaneously with the new ActiveX DLL because the objects do not conflict with each other. The new Active uses new CLSID's and the names are "Chilkat_9_5_0." instead of "Chilkat.".

The old (and frozen) ChilkatUpload.dll (or ChilkatUpload_x64.dll) containing UploadRcv may be downloaded here:



answered Aug 18 '14 at 11:24

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Hi - looks like the download link for the UploadRCV DLL is gone. Can you please post it somewhere as I need to get it for a new server build that supports an ASP app.



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