I am working on a ASP.NET 2.0 application with an installment of NeatUpload to handle uploading files. Some of our users sometimes get a frozen UI when uploading; the progressbar appears but does nothing, even after one hour. My investigation commenced only today, and I read in the documentation of the FileContent property that:
"If you use this property and don't either close the stream or call MoveTo before the request ends you may get an exception when NeatUpload tries to delete the underlying temporary storage at the end of the request."
The stream's close and MoveTo methods are not used in this code. My question is: what exception can I expect from this situation?