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when i set the enctype="multipart/form-data" and method="post" and this form contain two input text type fields along with the file. <form enctype="multipart/form-data" method="post"> <input type="text" name="f1"> <input type="text" name="f2"> <input type="file" > </form>
When i collect the data from request in servlet like this.. String name=request.getParameter("f1");
The output is null.. but i set the method="get" then i get the text field value.
So how can i get text field value using method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data" request.getParameter("f1");
Are you putting your String name=request.getParameter("f1"); in public void doGet(...) or public void doPost(...)? It sounds like you are placing your getParameter( "f1" ) ; in doGet(...). Try putting it in doPost(...) and see what happens. HTH
Joined: Feb 21, 2003
i get the values in post method ...... but i get null but when i get these values in get method its work fine..... so how can i get these values in post method with enctype="multipart/form-data"
Hi.. Go for the search option on this site. Search for "multipart form data" this would surely help you, as it has been discussed quite a lot of time. In brief I would say that, multipart request is not treated is the same was as a normal request. Assuming that your stream contains a String, boolean, char and a byte, in that order, the following code shows how to extract the contents.
Note that you have to extract the contents of the stream in the same order in which it is populated. ref. here hth MB [ November 08, 2003: Message edited by: Malhar Barai ]
In multi-part messages, the form fields come in as their own parts. I'm not sure where your server puts all the parts, but if you have access to a collection of them, look through and see if your form fields are among them.
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