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From "Goetzmann Bertrand" <>
Subject RE: Handling a multipart/form-data post
Date Tue, 17 Jan 2006 13:20:42 GMT
Exploring the Web, it seems there is a possobility using the upload pseudo protocol and a "copy
source" action to copy the uploaded file into a server folder !


De : Goetzmann Bertrand [] 
Envoyé : mardi 17 janvier 2006 13:25
À :
Objet : RE: Handling a multipart/form-data post

Thank for your help,
My goal is to handle the request with a matching in a pipeline, and then extract the uploaded
file in order to save it on the server disk.
I thought the StreamGenerator component was the solution but it seems it handles only XML
Ard, do you some idea in the way I can setup the pipeline ?
For the editor FCKrditir I spoke about, see It's an interesting tool to
use with CMS solution.
Thank you !


De : Ard Schrijvers [] 
Envoyé : mardi 17 janvier 2006 12:44
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Objet : RE: Handling a multipart/form-data post

make sure you have in your web.xml in the <servlet> element
      Causes all files in multipart requests to be processed.
      Default is false for security reasons.
      Unsupported values will be interpreted as false.

	-----Original Message-----
	From: Goetzmann Bertrand []
	Posted At: dinsdag 17 januari 2006 9:27
	Posted To: Cocoon User List
	Conversation: Handling a multipart/form-data post
	Subject: Handling a multipart/form-data post

	Hi again ! 

	I'm in the work to integrate the FCKeditor with Cocoon (a Cocoon "connector") : this editor
can be included in a web page and the user can insert, in other things, an image by browsing
existing files on the server ; another fonctionality is to upload a file to the server. For
this a common "multipart/form-data" post goes with a request.

	In Cocoon, how can we handle a such request ? 

	Thank you for any precius help. 

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