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From "Collin VanDyck" <cvand...@mindspring.com>
Subject Re: Parsing multipart form data
Date Mon, 20 Jan 2003 22:22:26 GMT
Hi Geoff.

Here's really the only thing I'm doing with it right now.

FilePartFile fpf = (FilePartFile)request.get("file_content");
log.info("received file of name: " + fpf.getFileName());

thanks,--
Collin






----- Original Message -----
From: "Geoff Howard" <cocoon@leverageweb.com>
To: <cocoon-users@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2003 5:32 PM
Subject: RE: Parsing multipart form data


> ah, that brings to mind another idea - send a snippet of your action that
> deals with getting the FilePart...
>
> Geoff
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Collin VanDyck [mailto:cvandyck@mindspring.com]
> > Sent: Monday, January 20, 2003 5:02 PM
> > To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
> > Subject: Re: Parsing multipart form data
> >
> >
> > Here is my web.xml file. (It's long, so an apology in advance). I
> > hope this
> > helps, and I really do appreciate everyone's help in this list.
> >
> > I commented out overwrite-uploads and set the autosave-uploads to
> > false, but
> > I still get a FilePartFile instead of a FilePartArray.
> >
> > thanks,
> > Collin
> >
> >
> >
> > <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
> > <!DOCTYPE web-app PUBLIC "-//Sun Microsystems, Inc.//DTD Web Application
> > 2.3//EN" "http://java.sun.com/dtd/web-app_2_3.dtd">
> > <web-app>
> > <display-name>ContentXML web app</display-name>
> > <description>Provides the administration interface to the ContentXML
> > System</description>
> > <servlet>
> > <servlet-name>Cocoon2</servlet-name>
> > <display-name>Cocoon2</display-name>
> > <description>The main Cocoon2 servlet</description>
> > <!--
> > In cases you're facing class loader problems you can alternatively
> > use the following servlet-class instead of the normal one
> > <servlet-class>org.apache.cocoon.servlet.ParanoidCocoonServlet</se
> > rvlet-clas
> > s>
> > -->
> > <servlet-class>org.apache.cocoon.servlet.CocoonServlet</servlet-class>
> > <!--
> > This parameter points to the main configuration file for Cocoon.
> > Note that the path is specified in absolute notation but it will be
> > resolved relative to the servlets webapp context path
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>configurations</param-name>
> > <param-value>/WEB-INF/cocoon.xconf</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > This parameter tells cocoon to set the thread's context classloader to
> > its own classloader. If you experience strange classloader issues,
> > try setting this parameter to "true" or using ParanoidCocoonServlet.
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>init-classloader</param-name>
> > <param-value>false</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > This parameter indicates the configuration file of the LogKit management
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>logkit-config</param-name>
> > <param-value>/WEB-INF/logkit.xconf</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > This parameter indicates the category id of the logger from the LogKit
> > configuration used by the CocoonServlet.
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>servlet-logger</param-name>
> > <param-value>access</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > This parameter indicates the category id of the logger from the LogKit
> > management configuration for the Cocoon engine.
> > This logger is used for all components described in the cocoon.xconf
> > and sitemap.xmap file not having specified a logger with the
> > logger="..." attribute in the component configuration file.
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>cocoon-logger</param-name>
> > <param-value>core</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > This parameter indicates the log level to use throughout startup of the
> > system.
> > As soon as the logkit.xconf the setting of the logkit.xconf
> > configuration is
> > used instead! Only for startup and if the logkit.xconf is not
> > readable/available
> > this log level is of importance.
> > Available levels are:
> > DEBUG: prints all level of log messages.
> > INFO: prints all level of log messages except DEBUG ones.
> > WARN: prints all level of log messages except DEBUG and INFO ones.
> > ERROR: prints all level of log messages except DEBUG, INFO and WARN
ones.
> > FATAL_ERROR: prints only log messages of this level
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>log-level</param-name>
> > <param-value>INFO</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > Allow reinstantiating (reloading) of the cocoon instance. If this is
> > set to "yes" or "true", a new cocoon instance can be created using
> > the request parameter "cocoon-reload".
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>allow-reload</param-name>
> > <param-value>yes</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > This parameter is used to list classes that should be loaded
> > at initialization time of the servlet.
> > Usually this classes are JDBC Drivers used
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>load-class</param-name>
> > <param-value>
> > <!-- For IBM WebSphere:
> > com.ibm.servlet.classloader.Handler -->
> > <!-- For Database Driver: -->
> > org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver
> > <!-- For parent ComponentManager sample:
> > org.apache.cocoon.samples.parentcm.Configurator
> > -->
> > </param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > This parameter allows to specify where Cocoon should put uploaded files.
> > The path specified can be either absolute or relative to the context
> > path of the servlet. On windows platform, absolute directory must start
> > with volume: C:\Path\To\Upload\Directory
> > The default directory is "upload-dir" in the work-directory
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>upload-directory</param-name>
> > <param-value>WEB-INF/work/upload-dir</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > -->
> > <!--
> > Causes all files in multipart requests to be saved to upload-dir.
> > Default is true. Unsupported values will be interpreted as false.
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>autosave-uploads</param-name>
> > <param-value>false</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > Specify handling of name conflicts when saving uploaded files
> > to disk. Acceptable values are deny, allow, rename (default).
> > Files are renamed x_filename where x is an integer value incremented
> > to make the new filename unique.
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>overwrite-uploads</param-name>
> > <param-value>allow</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > -->
> > <!--
> > Specify maximum allowed size of the upload. Defaults to 10 Mb.
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>upload-max-size</param-name>
> > <param-value>10000000</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > -->
> > <!--
> > This parameter allows to specify where Cocoon should create its page
> > and other objects cache. The path specified can be either absolute or
> > relative to the context path of the servlet. On windows platform,
> > absolute directory must start with volume: C:\Path\To\Cache\Directory
> > The default directory is "cache-dir" in the work-directory
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>cache-directory</param-name>
> > <param-value>WEB-INF/work/cache-dir</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > -->
> > <!--
> > This parameter allows to specify where Cocoon should put it's
> > working files. The path specified is either absolute or relative
> > to the context path of the Cocoon servlet. On windows platform,
> > absolute directory must start with volume: C:\Path\To\Work\Directory
> > The default directory is "cocoon-files" directory in the servlet
> > context's temp directory (context property
javax.servlet.context.tempdir).
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>work-directory</param-name>
> > <param-value>WEB-INF/work</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > -->
> > <!--
> > This parameter allows to specify additional directories or jars
> > which Cocoon should put into it's own classpath.
> > Note that you must separate them using the platforms path.separator
> > (":" for *nix and ";" for Windows systems). Also note that absolute
> > pathes are take as such but relative pathes are rooted at the context
> > root of the Cocoon servlet.
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>extra-classpath</param-name>
> > <param-value>WEB-INF/extra-classes1:/[YOU-ABSOLUTE-PATH-TO]/own.ja
> > r</param-v
> > alue>
> > </init-param>
> > -->
> > <!--
> > This parameter allows you to select the parent component manager.
> > The class will be instantiated via the constructor that takes a single
> > String as a parameter. That String will be equal to the text after the
> > '/'.
> > Cocoon honors the Loggable and Initializable interfaces for this class,
> > if it implements them.
> > If you uncomment the following lines the parent CM is set to the Parent
CM
> > sample, which will look up
> > a configuration via JNDI at
> > org/apache/cocoon/samples/parentcm/ParentCMConfiguration
> > and use it.
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>parent-component-manager</param-name>
> > <param-value>org.apache.cocoon.samples.parentcm.ParentComponentMan
> > ager/org/a
> > pache/cocoon/samples/parentcm/ParentCMConfiguration</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > -->
> > <!--
> > This parameter allows you to select the request factory. Possible
> > choices are as follows:
> > - org.apache.cocoon.components.request.MultipartRequestFactoryImpl
> > This is the default factory.
> > - org.apache.cocoon.components.request.MaybeUploadRequestFactoryImpl
> > You can opt in for this factory if maybeupload.jar is
> > present.
> > - org.apache.cocoon.components.request.SimpleRequestFactoryImpl
> > This factory does not allow uploads.
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>request-factory</param-name>
> > <param-value>org.apache.cocoon.components.request.MultipartRequest
> > FactoryImp
> > l</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > If you set this parameter to 'true' or 'yes', Cocoon will add processing
> > time to the end of each response. Value 'hide' adds processing time as
an
> > HTML
> > comment. By default, processing time is not added (corresponds to value
> > 'no').
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>show-time</param-name>
> > <param-value>hide</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > If true or not set, this class will try to catch and handle all Cocoon
> > exceptions.
> > If false, it will rethrow them to the servlet container.
> > -->
> > <init-param>
> > <param-name>manage-exceptions</param-name>
> > <param-value>true</param-value>
> > </init-param>
> > <!--
> > This parameter allows you to startup Cocoon2 immediately after startup
> > of your servlet engine.
> > -->
> > <load-on-startup>1</load-on-startup>
> > </servlet>
> > <!--
> > Cocoon handles all the URL space assigned to the webapp using its
sitemap.
> > It is recommended to leave it unchanged. Under some circumstances though
> > (like integration with proprietary webapps or servlets) you might have
> > to change this parameter.
> > -->
> > <servlet-mapping>
> > <servlet-name>Cocoon2</servlet-name>
> > <url-pattern>/</url-pattern>
> > </servlet-mapping>
> > <!--
> > Some servlet engines (Tomcat) have defaults which are not overriden
> > by '/' mapping, but must be overriden explicitly.
> > -->
> > <servlet-mapping>
> > <servlet-name>Cocoon2</servlet-name>
> > <url-pattern>*.jsp</url-pattern>
> > </servlet-mapping>
> > <!--
> > Some servlet engines (WebLogic) have defaults which are not overriden
> > by '/' mapping, but must be overriden explicitly.
> > -->
> > <servlet-mapping>
> > <servlet-name>Cocoon2</servlet-name>
> > <url-pattern>*.html</url-pattern>
> > </servlet-mapping>
> > <mime-mapping>
> > <extension>css</extension>
> > <mime-type>text/css</mime-type>
> > </mime-mapping>
> > </web-app>
> >
> >
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