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From soapergem <soaper...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: visualizing upload/download status in a statusbar
Date Mon, 17 Nov 2008 22:05:34 GMT


Could you post a complete code example please? I am still not sure how to
use this class. Thanks.



umpirsky wrote:
> Cool, it works!
> Seems like number of bytes sent is about 2Xfile.lenght().
> For file size 105542b it sends 211606b,
> For file size 43062b it sends 86642b
> any explanation???
> Marcel Schiffel wrote:
>> Hi,
>> it's wrapped around another request entity, for example:
>> 		PostMethod method = new PostMethod(...);
>> 		FileRequestEntity fre = new FileRequestEntity(someFile, "contentType");
>> 		method.setRequestEntity(new CountingRequestEntity(fre, listener));
>> I've been able to use it with only minor changes (changed the type of the
>> listener to ProgressHandle of the Netbeans Progress API). It's
>> successfully counting the bytes sent, but I'm still not able to determine
>> the total number of bytes that are sent, before executing the request.
>> I'm therefore unable to tell the status bar what number of bytes is
>> equivalent to 100%. Furthermore it is still not clear how to achieve the
>> same thing when downloading a file (evaluating the response body stream).

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