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Urgent:BLOB Separation

Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
Posts: 18944

hi,
We have a form where we are storing two binary objects
BLOB ( image/gif file)
There is also a program called Multipart.java that
parses through the form and stores the parameters of the
image file like "content", "content-type",
"content-disposition" in a hash table.
Now when we have two files the problem is that the
"content" parameter is the same in case of both the files
ie I can't separate the binary streams.
To elaborate in the form the "name" parameter is "upload"
and "upload2" in two cases respectively.
There is an if - else loop so that the content in the two cases are separated. But the separation does not take place

How can we separate binary streams in the case of two
BLOB objects in a form ?
Regards



vik nuckchady
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Joined: Apr 25, 2001
Posts: 25
when you read the information why don't you scan for the boundary header of the gif file. It is usually a header like gif98a ....
I have done an upload servlet where i use this technique to differentiate from where the file starts in the request string.
[This message has been edited by vik nuckchady (edited May 16, 2001).]
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