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It's very hard to check for file size upload on the client side as you are not in control what is happening on the client.
The only way I know you can do that is by using flash (e.g. with SwfUpload), activex (IE only) or java.
In Apache 2 you can set a limit for the webserver too: e.g. a limit of 2MB: LimitRequestBody 2097152
Hope that helps.
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Can you point out where in APEX 4.1.0.00.32, can we get this option.APEX 4.x doesn't include the ability to check file sizes in the browser. You can use the HTML FileAPI depending on browser support.