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karimkhan pathan
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Hi,

What happens when I'm trying to send a file in a servlet ,suddenly some error occurs like app server crash ..
What happens to the upload ..


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Ulf Dittmer
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What does "sending a file" mean - uploading via HTTP? And what is "some error"? TellTheDetails


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karimkhan pathan
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yes uploading via HTTP ..
sorry for not providing details ..
Ankit Garg
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karimkhan pathan wrote:suddenly some error occurs like app server crash

If the server crashes, the upload will stop. Your question is still not very clear because "some error" is quite a broad range...


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It also depends on how the server is handling the upload; you might get a partial file, you might get nothing.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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