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problem JSP smart upload with SSL

 
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Dear ,
When I use JSP smart upload, I discovered that it has problem with SSL.
that when we upload file with SSL, the file sometimes can be uploaded. but sometimes, it cannot be uploaded. it is not stable.
But without SSL, it was fine.

Do anyone has this experience and know how to solve?

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I'm not sure what "Smart Upload" is but I've had no problems with
http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/fileupload under SSL.
 
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I am using commons-fileupload, it works perfectly on HTTP
but with SSL (HTTPS) the same code is giving the error - client timout.

I have done fair amount of testing on file upload with SSL. But upto 30KB or less, file size it not give any error but above 30KB it gives the error.

There is absolutly no problem with a Non-SSL.

It will be very helpful if someone helps me on this.

Thanks
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