I am a database person, not a developer, but my client is very insistent about using idrop on our company-controlled website to allow drag and drop of a couple hundred (initially) .rfa files into a revit project. I can write .vba code to allow an access database to write .html and .xml files on the server but altering web config files or using asp is out of scope for an unfunded project. When I follow the autocad tutorial, and test on a web server, I get up to the point that Revit tries to download the file but the notifies me of a file handle error. This is a proof of concept test to get some feedback from our external architects about the easiest way for them to access our equpment families. Also, any update on the fix status of the idrop exploit would be appreciaed
Is there a simple solution to my problem.?
Code snippet of my xml file - leading angle brackets removed
?xml version="1.0" ?>
proxy defaultsrc="../eqimages/ANBC220S.jpg"> /proxy>
Code snippet from my html file - leading angle brackets removed - using 32 bit for now
td height="250" align="center" valign="middle"> object name="idrop1" width="200" height="140"
param name="background" value="..\eqimages\background.jpg">
param name="proxyrect" value="0, 0,200,140">
param name="griprect" value="0, 0, 200,140">
param name="package" value="..\bimxml\ANBC214.xml"/>
param name="validate" value="1">