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File upload in struts

 
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Hi Guys,

I am trying to upload a file in struts,

In my action form I have


In the action class



At this point I am stuck, I need to store the file on the hard disk.
Can some one give me a few hints or a code snippet.

Thanks in advance for all the help
Achal
[ March 29, 2005: Message edited by: Achal Jalan ]
 
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Hi

Since you know how to get the byte array contening the raw data, the usual way to write a file should apply.

Let's suppose you're working in the root directory of C:\ and you want to create a file called "uploadedData.dat" from the array you called fileData :

 
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hi
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Location is the FormFile and fmf.getDir() is the directory I want to put it in (from the the action form).

-Tad

Hope that helps you.
 
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