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Image Upload Using Java

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I want to upload images to the server using java.
Kindly help me with examples in java doing the same.
Cindy Glass
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Why not just use ftp?? You can have your java code call the ftp program that you are using.

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ram mohan
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Hi Cindy,
Can u please elloborate little more with some example code
gautham kasinath
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Cindy Glass
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String cmdline = "C:\\windows\\Ftp.exe pretty.jpg";
Runtime myRun = Runtime.getRuntime();
Process p = null;
p = myRun.exec(cmdline);
catch(IOException ioe){
System.out.println("Exec failed: " + ioe);
Cindy Glass
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Oh yeah,
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