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MultipartRequest cannot be resolved to a type

Shounak Kundu
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Hi, I am trying to upload an image to database. Prior to that , I am just making the temporary file from where it will be stored in the table.

But I am getting this error.
MultipartRequest cannot be resolved to a type


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Shounak Kundu
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Here are my codes .

1) The JSP file in which I am taking the image input.

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Mohamed Sanaulla
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Am not sure if you copied it wrong here- Should the METHOD be not "POST" instead of POST?


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Step 1: move all of the Java code out of the JSP and into a Servlet where it belongs. This is a gross misuse of technology. JSPs are for creating text views like HTML, not processing files.


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Shounak Kundu
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view plaincopy to clipboardprint?

1. <BODY> <FORM ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" ACTION= "upload.jsp" METHOD=POST> <!-- Is this a typo? Shouldn't it be "POST" -->

<BODY> <FORM ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" ACTION= "upload.jsp" METHOD=POST> <!-- Is this a typo? Shouldn't it be "POST" -->

Am not sure if you copied it wrong here- Should the METHOD be not "POST" instead of POST?


Actually I was wrong to copy. It is "POST".

So, is there any way out ?
Mohamed Sanaulla
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Shounak Kundu wrote:


I see that you are using some external package- com.oreilly.servlet.* - Do you have this jar in your classpath? And MultipartRequest is mostly from that package.
Shounak Kundu
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yes, I have the jar file in my classpath.

I am using Eclipse editor.
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Can you paste the complete exception Stack trace?
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Shounak Kundu wrote:Hi, I am trying to upload an image to database. Prior to that , I am just making the temporary file from where it will be stored in the table.

But I am getting this error.
MultipartRequest cannot be resolved to a type


I to had the same problem . The problem is jar file. Download from official site http://www.servlets.com/cos/ , hope resolves
 
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