Assembly: System.Net.Http.Formatting (in System.Net.Http.Formatting.dll)
Gets or sets the number of bytes buffered for writes to the file.(Inherited from MultipartFileStreamProvider.)
Gets or sets the multipart file data.(Inherited from MultipartFileStreamProvider.)
Gets a NameValueCollection of form data passed as part of the multipart form data.
Gets or sets the root path where the content of MIME multipart body parts are written to.(Inherited from MultipartFileStreamProvider.)
Reads the non-file contents as form data.(Overrides MultipartStreamProvider.ExecutePostProcessingAsync().)
Gets the name of the local file which will be combined with the root path to create an absolute file name where the contents of the current MIME body part will be stored.(Inherited from MultipartFileStreamProvider.)
Gets the streaming instance where the message body part is written.(Overrides MultipartFileStreamProvider.GetStream(HttpContent, HttpContentHeaders).)
The stream provider looks at the <b>Content-Disposition</b> header field and determines an output Stream based on the presence of a <b>filename</b> parameter. If a <b>filename</b> parameter is present in the <b>Content-Disposition</b> header field then the body part is written to a FileStream, otherwise it is written to a MemoryStream. This makes it convenient to process MIME Multipart HTML Form data which is a combination of form data and file content.
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.