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Once You have the file stream, you can use the below code to upload file to blob storage. string azureConnString = "YourAzureStorageConnStringName"; CloudBlobClient blobClient; CloudStorageAccount storageAccount; CloudBlobContainer container; CloudBlockBlob blockBlob; public bool AddFileToBlob(System.IO.Stream stream, string fileName, ...
make sure that your 2010 server has increased its max upload limmit! currently the default is 50mb not 2GB http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee424404(office.14).aspx#Section3c sounds like 2013 machine was ammended to accept larger file uploads! to chage it: goto central admin -> application managment -> manage web applications -> click on the ...
AFAIK you should not set the note field manually - set the corresponding Taxonomy-Field (replace spaces with x0020) - the field handles the rest.
Actually InfoPath attachments are stored as pieces of text called base64 encoded strings within the InfoPath form itself. To be able to store a file as a string, InfoPath converts the binary data of the file to a string. Once you’ve added a file as an attachment to an InfoPath form, you can use the menu options Open or Save As on the File Attachment ...
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