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Validate max file size during upload in asp.net mvc

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Just a quick sketch. Validation is done as an Attribute (DataAnotations way).
 public class FileAttribute : ValidationAttribute {

        public int MaxContentLength = int.MaxValue;
        public string[] AllowedFileExtensions;
        public string[] AllowedContentTypes;

        public override bool IsValid(object value) {

            var file = value as HttpPostedFileBase;

            //this should be handled by [Required]
            if (file == null)
                return true;

            if (file.ContentLength > MaxContentLength) {
                ErrorMessage = "File is too large, maximum allowed is: {0} KB".FormatWith(MaxContentLength / 1024);
                return false;
            }

            if (AllowedFileExtensions != null) {
                if (!AllowedFileExtensions.Contains(file.FileName.Substring(file.FileName.LastIndexOf('.')))) {
                    ErrorMessage = "Please upload file of type: " + string.Join(", ", AllowedFileExtensions);
                    return false;
                }
            }

            if (AllowedContentTypes != null) {
                if (!AllowedContentTypes.Contains(file.ContentType)) {
                    ErrorMessage = "Please upload file of type: " + string.Join(", ", AllowedContentTypes);
                    return false;
                }
            }

            return true;
        }
    }
And now decorators (within viewmodel).
[Display(Name = "Upload Proof of Address")]
[File(AllowedFileExtensions = new string[] { ".jpg", ".gif", ".tiff", ".png", ".pdf" }, MaxContentLength = 1024 * 1024 * 8, ErrorMessage = "Invalid File")]
public HttpPostedFileBase AddressProof { get; set; }
Hope that helps someone.

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