When the size of incoming data is larger than 100 MB, FoxWeb saves it to a file in the FoxWeb temp folder (in your case c:\temps). You must make sure that FoxWeb has rights to read and write in this directory and that there's enough free disk space. Potentially there are two users involved: The user that the ISAPI or CGI module is running under and the FoxWeb service user. This is a temporary directory, dedicated to FoxWeb data, so the simplest solution would be to give "Everyone" read/write access. If you need more granular security, you will need to determine the IIS anonymous user, unless you are using HTTP Basic/Integrated authentication, in which case you will also need to handle the authenticated site users.
FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Fernando Medan on 03/18/2010 10:22:19 AM:
We are running VFP9, FoxWeb 4.3, and IIS 5.2 on a Windows 2003
I am runing FoxWeb as a service.
The problem we are having involves the upload
of very large files (>100 mb),
returned the following message:
Could not Create POST Data File c:\temps\FWTE4.tmp
The directory c:\temps
Thanks for any help you can provide.