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How to display all headers of multipart request?

 
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Hi all!

I would like process multipart request from my servlet. For this, I use the API Apache Common FileUpload.

Here is an example of my request:


Here is my code:


I can't display my "content-id" field.

Can you help me please?
 
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Hi,

Think you can achieve what you want by doing the following:

Use the getItemIterator method instead of the parseRequest method.

Use the FileItemIterator returned to iterate through the FileItemStream instances.

Use the openStream method of the FileItemStream instances to read the contents.

I didn't try it yet, but that's what I can gather by reading the API.

Hope it helps!
 
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Thanks for your reply!

I tried your method but it display only the value of the part. For my request example, it display only


Tere is my code:
 
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Hey Senol,

I took a look at the api again. It seems that FileItemStream extends FileItemHeadersSupport, which means that there is a getHeaders() method available from the fileItemStream instances.

API for FileItemStream

API for FileItemHeadersSupport

I have a strong feeling that the getHeaders() method is what you are looking for.

I don't have a Java web container installed on my machine, but let me know if this works.
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