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Uploading Image from Java Desktop App to Server

 
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I have a desktop application within which i know which image file is to be uploaded....to a server...The desktop application has the following code which sends a request to servlet on the server. The servlet needs to receive the image and save it to a folder on the server.....


//Code on client machine





//my servlet code




However...there is something wrong....I guess i am not processing the request properly...I have tried saving the image file using url and it works fine.....can some one guide me ...on how to receive a request and process it as image and save it to disk.....However if please point out if there is any error with the code on the client desktop application,.....
 
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I'd use Apache Commons HttpClient and FileUpload libraries to do the dirty work for you.
 
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Yes got it correct with HttpClient and FileUpload.....thanks for the suggestion.....
 
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You're welcome
 
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