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colin shuker
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Hi there, supposing you have an HTML page (or jsp, or servlet)
with the code:

And supposing the file was an image(jpg or bmp or something else),
is it possible to get the SomeServlet servlet to store the image
in a folder, to be used later on in the web application?

Thanks for any help
Bear Bibeault
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Yes. Please see the JSP FAQ.


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colin shuker
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Thanks, I found an example...



but I dont get it. I won't have a list of items, just one file,
from 1 INPUT tag. Is it necessary in this case to use the
org.apache.commons package, or can I store 1 file without it?

Thanks
dema rogatkin
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Maybe you can get it just by name?


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Stan James
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The protocol supports multiple files in one upload. If you only have one it will still work just fine. I'd stick with the code as-is if it's working for you.

The Apache code is doing lots of tricky stuff for you. Browse the code or download Jason Hunter's MultiPartParser and see just how much. I wrote my own for a server that is not J2EE servlets, and it was a significant bit of work. For grins, also look at the Fitnesse server which does the same job in far fewer lines of code than any of those others.
[ March 17, 2006: Message edited by: Stan James ]

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