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UPloading a Big file

Abhilesh Khatri
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Joined: Oct 02, 2002
Posts: 39
Hi all,
I am trying to upload a big file of size 3 MB.
I am using readLine(byte, int, byte) to upload this file.
It works fine. But takes about an hour to upload the file, which is unacceptable. Performance is crucial for our application.
Can any one suggest how to upload the file and achieve optimal performance
I am pasting the code snippet for your reference
ServletInputStream in = request.getInputStream();
byte[] line = new byte[128];
int i = in.readLine(line, 0, 128);
if (i < 3){
return null;
}
int boundaryLength = i - 2;
String boundary = new String(line, 0, boundaryLength);
fields = new Hashtable();

while (i != -1) {

fileData = new String();
String newLine = new String(line, 0, i);

if (newLine.startsWith("Content-Disposition: form-data; name=\""))
{
if (newLine.indexOf("filename=\"") != -1)
{
setFilename(new String(line, 0, i-2));

i = in.readLine(line, 0, 128);
setContentType(new String(line, 0, i-2));
i = in.readLine(line, 0, 128);
i = in.readLine(line, 0, 128);
newLine = new String(line, 0, i);
fileData+=newLine;
while (i != -1 && !newLine.startsWith(boundary)) {
i = in.readLine(line, 0, 128);
newLine = new String(line, 0, i);
fileData+=newLine;
}
}
else {
int pos = newLine.indexOf("name=\"");
String fieldName = newLine.substring(pos+6, newLine.length()-3);
i = in.readLine(line, 0, 128);
i = in.readLine(line, 0, 128);
newLine = new String(line, 0, i);
StringBuffer fieldValue = new StringBuffer(128);
while (i != -1 && !newLine.startsWith(boundary)) {
i = in.readLine(line, 0, 128);
if ((i==boundaryLength+2 || i==boundaryLength+4)
&& (new String(line, 0, i).startsWith(boundary)))
fieldValue.append(newLine.substring(0, newLine.length()-2));
elsefieldValue.append(newLine);
newLine = new String(line, 0, i);
}
fields.put(fieldName, fieldValue.toString());
}
}
i = in.readLine(line, 0, 128);

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