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From Michael McGrady <m...@michaelmcgrady.com>
Subject Re: FileUpload Parameter Handling
Date Thu, 07 Oct 2004 22:29:34 GMT
I cannot see how a servlet stepping through parameter values could break 
an architecture.  What do you mean by that?  If the parameter is there, 
then the servlet can read it.  How that could affect architecture is not 
clear to me.  Can you guys explain what you mean?

Michael McGrady

Paul DeCoursey wrote:

>I know what you are saying about it breaking your architecture... i use a
>servlet that calls scripts based on a parameter, I found that using the
>multipart-encoding broke that.  I later discovered that if I post the
>multipart but have my parameter on the querystring it works fine.
>
>Paul
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>>No, this is just a plain servlet.  Another guy wrote that regular form
>>params show up in in the DiskFileUpload.
>>
>>When you iterate through the values, you can test to see
>>if they are form fields with "isFormField"
>>
>>
>>Example:......................................
>>DiskFileUpload upload = new DiskFileUpload();
>>List           files  = upload.parseRequest(request);
>>Iterator       it             = files.iterator();
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>>while(it.hasNext()){
>>   FileItem item = (FileItem)it.next();
>>   if(item.isFormField()){....
>>
>>
>>But that still breaks my architecture - although I can get to that
>>architecture if I have to.
>>
>>Adam
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