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Sharepoint Upload Issues

By demosthanese ·
My SBS2003 machine is throwing this error for any upload from any machine:

The form submission cannot be processed because it exceeded the maximum length allowed by the Web administrator. Please resubmit the form with less data.

I have already:

Checked the httpRuntime maxRequestLength and it is fine.

Checked the upload size limit and storage quotas in central administration.

Read and followed http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925083/en-us

Any other reason this error would be showing for for ANY upload?

Other Info:

I moved the DB to a new HDD yesterday.

I can move/download/replace/upload files with no problem using mapped drives/folder shares.

I CANNOT save from an application to a file openned from the server. (IE - editing an excel file) This applies to both shortcuts/mapped drives and the sharepoint portal. In either case the program throws a 'Could not connect to the Web Server.' messagebox.

The length error message appears instantly no matter the size or format of the file.

This is NOT a new install of sharepoint.

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Yup

by demosthanese In reply to I would assume that if yo ...

Yeah, thats why i can still move/delete/add files directly. I used osql to detach, then moved the dbs, then reattached with osql.

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Seen this one?

by robo_dev In reply to Yup
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No, but...

by demosthanese In reply to Seen this one?

Nope, hadn't seen it, but I read through it and that's more server to server deployment. The bits that did match my circumstance were things I had already tried (upload limits).

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I think..

by demosthanese In reply to Sharepoint Upload Issues

I think I know why it was throwing this error: The HDD had filled ALL the way up. therefore the log files couldnt write, even to save updates to existing items.

However, now that i have moved the DB to a much larger drive i am still gettin the same issue. Is there a limit on the size a Sharepoint DB can be?

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