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Hi All,

I am using wicket 1.3.7 and I would like to upload a large file (zip file which can even be 50 MB) through file input type.

Please let me know of options to do it. One more question on top of my mind is the limitation of the http server. Even though i have get support for large file upload through wicket, what would happen if my http server rejects it? Do i need to increase the timeout of the http request? The file size keeps varying and I dont have a client side validation yet to set a max limit. Any thoughts or suggestion is welcome.

Server is Websphere 6.0.

Regards,
Muhilan

SCJP,SCBCD,SCWCD,SCEA5,SCDJWS,IBM WAS 6.0 core administration and Oracle SQL.
 
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Increase application timeout in web.xml and http as well as socket timeout on your server to avoid this issue.
 
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