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From Gabor Dolla <agdo...@mezon.net>
Subject Re: multi part mime requests
Date Tue, 07 Mar 2000 09:57:41 GMT
I handle multipart/form-data with my producer and o'reilly's servlet tool

Gabor


On Mon, 6 Mar 2000, Donald Ball wrote:

> On Mon, 6 Mar 2000, K. Rumman Akhter wrote:
> 
> > i am trying to set up file uploads using
> > 
> > <form ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" method="POST" action="addfile.xml">
> > 
> > and in addfile.xml, am using xsp's to break apart the httprequest object,
> > but so far, my multipart request only have the headers but when i start
> > reading the multipart boundaries, i start getting null, which means that the
> > multi-parts are not getting sent. is the request object on xsp's a standard
> > request object, or is the xsp processor striping down/adding to the request?
> 
> terribly unfortunately, most servlet engines cannot parse
> multipart/form-data requests with their default HttpServletRequest impl.
> oddly enough, code to do it manually is slightly hard to find on the 'net.
> even more unfortunately, cocoon messes with the request object, so that
> even if you found some code to do it for you, you're SOL since cocoon will
> have already messed with the inputstream. moral of the story - if you want
> to handle file uploads, do it in a standalone servlet or even easier, a
> perl cgi, and use redirect to send user back to cocoon-land.
> 
> - donald
> 
> 
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