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Change the File or Report Upload Size

June 19th, 2017 No comments

When you publish a Crystal Report file or document to Ripplestone you are moving the physical file from the local storage to the web server. Ripplestone has a default file size of 20 MB, so report files that are larger than 20 MB will not upload.

With some documents and reports the file can be larger than 20 MB and the limit will need to be increased.

This size can be changed in the web.config file located in C:\Sites\Ripplestone. The web.config file is an XML file that can be edited with any text editor or XML reader (we use Notepad++ to edit our files and love it). Look for the httpRuntime section and change the maxRequestLength to whatever value you would like (1024 = 1MB).

Below is an example of the httpRuntime section with the default values that come with Ripplestone.

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Changing the Timeout Within Ripplestone

February 22nd, 2012 No comments

Ripplestone has a default timeout period of 20 minutes. If the application has not been used for 20 minutes, the session will end and the user will need to login again to continue. The default value can be changed by editing the web.config file located in C:\Sites\Ripplestone. The web.config file is an XML file that can be edited with any text editor or XML reader. Look for the authentication section and change the timeout to whatever value (in minutes) you would like.

Below is an example of the authentication section with the default value of 20 minutes.