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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31828] - Size Threshold in Commons Upload not Working
Date Sat, 23 Oct 2004 12:50:06 GMT
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Size Threshold in Commons Upload not Working





------- Additional Comments From michael@michaelmcgrady.com  2004-10-23 12:50 -------
This bug was based on your following comment, Martin.

"This isn't completely accurate. The fact that the FileItem exists
means that the client (usually a browser) submitted a multipart part
for it. If the size is zero, as determined by getSize(), then the
client submitted a zero-length part (i.e. submitted no data for that
part).

Recall that a FileItem may or may not be backed by a file in the file
system. That is determined by the particular FileItem implementation.
The default implementation stores file item data on disk only if the
size exceeds a configurable threshold, which all but precludes empty
files.

--
Martin Cooper"

Is this not the case?

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