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From <mler...@editronics-edu.fr>
Subject Re: Possible bug : problem getting request parameters while uploading a file
Date Wed, 12 Mar 2003 14:07:57 GMT


Well, I already knew these configuration details.
Here 's my configuration :
autosave-uploads = true
upload-directory = /WEB-INF/work/upload-dir
overwrite-uploads = rename
upload-max-size = 10000000
request-factory =
org.apache.cocoon.components.request.MultipartRequestFactoryImpl

I can precise that the directory upload-dir is not created at cocoon
initialization (it was done with cocoon 2.0.3).

I think the problem comes from the request parsing or near this, because
I've put some log outputs in the RequestParamAction that shows this :
14:58:46,184 DEBUG [RequestParamAction] map = {requestQuery=,
context=/icartable, requestURI=/icartable/educ/teacherWork/51.html}

instead of:
14:58:46,184 DEBUG [RequestParamAction] map = {requestQuery=,
context=/icartable, requestURI=/icartable/educ/teacherWork/51.html,
actiontype=main, file=file.txt}

(or file=org.apache.cocoon.components.request.multipart.FilePartFile@321565)

It looks as if the parser hasn't done its work correctly in this
particular case.


    Michael



> There were some changes between 2.0.3 and 2.0.4 WRT file uploads.  The
> one that pops out immediately without knowing much about your action is
> that autosaving file uploads is now set to false by default in web.xml.
> This means that you'll have a FilePartArray in the request.  If you
> weren't aware of that, can you try to modify web.xml and see if that
> "fixes" it?
>
> Geoff Howard
>
> At 05:36 AM 3/12/2003, you wrote:
>
>>       Hi !
>>
>>
>>I've recently upgraded from Cocoon 2.0.3 to Cocoon 2.0.4 and something
>> doesn't work anymore.
>>I've posted a message on cocoon-users but no one seems to be able to
>> answer me.
>>
>>Here's a summary of the problem :
>>I need to upload a file from an HTML form. I use the automatic upload
>> provided by cocoon and the RequestParamAction to pass some parameters
>> to my personal upload action.
>>With cocoon 2.0.3, it works as I need.
>>With cocoon 2.0.4, the behavior changes when method="GET" or "POST",
>> and when the FILE input is filled or not ... really strange ...
>>
>>
>>     Michael
>>
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------------
>> Here are the messages I sent to the cocoon-users list. They give more
>> details.
>>
>>
>>     Hi !
>>
>>I've recently upgraded to Cocoon 2.0.4 and something doesn't work
>> anymore : I now can't get a parameter value in the sitemap with the
>> RequestParamAction and the POST method.
>>
>>
>>Here's my configuration :
>>Cocoon 2.0.4, JDK 1.3, Jetty, Jboss
>>MultipartRequestFactoryImpl (defined in a web.xml file)
>>
>>
>>Here's the way I use it :
>>I want to get a parameter named 'actiontype' and defined in a form and
>> I want to pass its value through the sitemap to an action.
>>
>>I've got a sitemap.xmap file :
>><!-- T e a c h e r W o r k
>>{1} teacher work Id
>>-->
>><map:match pattern="teacherWork/*.html">
>>   <map:act type="request">
>>     <map:parameter name="parameters" value="true"/>
>>       <map:act type="upload">
>>         <!-- This parameter determines the action -->
>>         <map:parameter name="actiontype" value="{actiontype}"/>
>>...
>>
>>
>>And I've got an HTML form (this page is dynamicly generated, here's an
>> instance) :  <form enctype="multipart/form-data" method="post"
>>action="teacherWork/18.html">
>>   <input type="hidden" name="actiontype" value="main"/>
>>   <input type="file" name="filename"/>
>>...
>>
>>
>>And I've got a cocoon action of my own with a logger showing me the
>> value of the parameter named 'actiontype'.
>>
>>
>>With cocoon 2.0.3, everything works fine.
>>With cocoon 2.0.4 : when method="post" the logs say actiontype = ''
>> when method="get" the logs say actiontype = 'main' Everything would be
>> alright in the best world if i didn't need to use the POST method (in
>> order to have a FilePartFile object in the request).
>>
>>I'm sure the only difference is the version of cocoon that I'm using
>> although there's still the possibility that I forgot some other change
>> of mine.
>>
>>
>>
>>Would anybody help me ?
>>
>>
>>      Michael
>>----------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>     Hi !
>>
>>
>>I've recently posted an issue, and I've got new elements.
>>My problem is :
>>I can't pass a request parameter through the sitemap when I put a file
>> path in an HTML FILE input and send it as POST multipart/form-data to a
>> Cocoon 2.0.4 servlet.
>>
>>When I don't try to upload any file, I can pass the parameter value.
>> When I try to upload a file, I can't get the parameter value anymore.
>> Actually, it's as if there are no parameters in the request.
>>
>>
>>Can somebody tell me if he can reproduce this problem on his
>> environment ?
>>
>>
>>      Michael.




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