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Arpit Gadle
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Joined: Dec 16, 2008
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Hello,
I think this not the right forum to ask this question. I am a newbie and wants to know, How to upload files using Java. For emailing, we use Java Mail, which API should i use for uploading files.


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Arpit
Ulf Dittmer
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What kind of client would this be - desktop app, browser, something else? What access methods to the server are available - HTTP, shared directory, FTP, WebDAV, something else?
Arpit Gadle
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Joined: Dec 16, 2008
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Dear Ulf,
Thanks,
I am developing a web-application for real estate clients where they, will upload files relating to current status of property,porposed property etc. and will maintain other details of their projects through this web-application.

This project is much like CMS.

Need Help, Will JSF be helpful for me in developing the web-application. I am planning to use Struts.


Regards,
Arpit U. Gadle


Ulf Dittmer
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Check out the Apache Commons FileUpload library - it handles HTTP file uploads.

JSF and Struts are both web app frameworks - they both solve some of the problems frequently encountered when developing web sites (although they do so in rather different ways). There's no way to recommend for or against one or the other without knowing a lot more about the situation.
 
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