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PHP script to upload file to HTTP server

 
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Hello,
I need to do a PHP script to accept file upload on HTTP server and to save it on the server. In fact, I want to upload a file on http server from a j2me application.
I read many ideas, forums and articles but I don't know how to do the server side part, so the php script which supposes to accept my file and save it on the http apache server.

I tried to do something like this:

And my j2me code for uploading file is:

Also, I tried this example: http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.php/HTTP_Post_multipart_file_upload_in_Java_ME but the script doesn't report anything.
Or maybe I don't know how to use these scripts. If there is somebody who can explain it to me or show me a php script which saves a file on a http server I will be very happy.
Thanks!!
 
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I'm not familiar with the Nokia java environment but the fact that you don't see the length of your audio file makes me suspect it.

May I suggest you debug these things separately. A simple html page like:

Will allow you to test the php code from a browser.

For some reading you might try http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_file_upload.asp

Once that is working you might post the java part in the javaME forum where someone more familiar with that might see it.

Joe
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