Also, did you grab the 2 required jars(fileupload.jar and the io jar)? HTH! [ February 23, 2007: Message edited by: g forte ]
Joined: Oct 11, 2004
Originally posted by g forte: I think you need an id for your form fields.
It worked. Thanks G.
Is following the right way to implement upload functionality:
I am able to get the file name and file content at server side. Now with some string operations I get the extension then based on the extension I choose the image (icon of doc, ppt, txt, pdf etc) to display to user and I set href to the same kind of file that has the content which I just got, and that is called when clicked on that image.
Hope that is clear.
Is there any better way?
Joined: Aug 28, 2003
Sounds good, unless you need to offer this file(the one just uploaded) to other users to download. In that case, I would change the mime type to response.setContentType("application/x-download"); Which would force the download dialog as opposed to opening it up in the browser. HTH