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revised web.confg httpRuntime changes - wss vs. wse
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comment web.confg httpRuntime changes - wss vs. wse
Yes, the web part is uploading the file.
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comment web.confg httpRuntime changes - wss vs. wse
... And will changing the IIS manager timeout setting from 120 seconds to xxx seconds be sufficient?
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comment web.confg httpRuntime changes - wss vs. wse
Also, their recommendation is to change both files. Like I said, just changing the wss one caused my web app to crash until I reset it to the original value. Does this need to be done in a certain sequence? Do they have to be in sync somehow?
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comment web.confg httpRuntime changes - wss vs. wse
The files are actually being send to YouTube via their .net API. No local storage.