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Gaurav Wadhwani
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Please help
Im not able to find wheres the problem and how to resolve



The servlet is to upload 2 files and insert the data in the form.

Bear Bibeault
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So what's the problem? What line it is on?

Here's some helpful hints:

  • Just posting a bunch of code and asking "what's wrong with it?" isn't an effective way to get help on an issue.
  • Always provide the exact error message, not your paraphrasing of it.


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    Gaurav Wadhwani
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    Problem is the exception generated...its on line 115





    Matthew Brown
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    It seems likely that one of the parameters you think is an integer isn't in fact an integer. If you want more than that you'll have to tell us where the error happens.

    Edit: ah, there you go. What's the value of the day parameter?
    Bear Bibeault
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    Basic debugging step #1, what is the value returned by the call to getParameter()? That's something that should be checked long before you post the problem to a forum.
    Gaurav Wadhwani
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    ok i checked....it returns null.

    the form has a element with name "day". Then why the problem?

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    Use a tool such as HttpFox for Firebug to see the HTTP request for the form submission. Is the request parameter there as you expect?
    Gaurav Wadhwani
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    you are right...
    I tested using HttpFox, it doesnt return any value...



    and if you notice 2 rows below it, then those the images i want to be uploaded. Method turns into GET....thats strange
    Gaurav Wadhwani
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    Ok i found the solution....

    Multipart/form is handled dependent on the API one uses. I used Apache's org.apache.commons.fileupload . for it this is the way to go...

    request.getParameters() wont work...


     
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