Hi Amit, You would need to trap that filename in a variable, and then use the java.io.FileInputStream to display its contents.
Hope this helps. Regards,
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Hi Amit, One more thing, that I owl like to mention.In case, your files are huge, then it would be advisable to use java.io.BufferedInputStream. You just need to change the code to :
In my case, reading and then writing the fileinputstream actually dumps a bunch of binary characters from the file to a new html page with a URL of the location of the servlet. Has anyone else experienced this problem??