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Integrating Commons File Upload with /tinymce/plugins/

Michele Smith
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Joined: Oct 27, 2010
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Hello:

I need to implement a solution utilizing commons-fileupload-1.3.1 and commons-io-2.4 to upload .pdfs to the application.

The application currently does not utilize commons jars at all.

In addition, it utilizes something called: /tinymce/plugins/ which I have read a little bit about, and I am thoroughly confused by it.

I have some controls that are being created by TinyMCE right now in the application on an ironically very "tiny" interface and I would need to get them moved to go with the controls for the file upload onto a .jsp page to enable the functionality of the commons file upload.

Does anyone have any experience working with TinyMCE in this mannner? I have checked the forums on TinyMCE and it does not allow you to upload a file. I checked around and it seems commons is the only way to go. I am trying to put a solution in there utilizing .jsp where before, it appears they use the TinyMCE and literally the controls for the TinyMCE show up all over the IDE, it is like the controls got chopped up or something into a gigantic directory and got separated, it is really freaking me out.

Thanks,
Michele

 
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