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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10388] - ServletException: Multipart data doesn't start with boundary (when calling form.validate() in Action)
Date Sat, 27 Jul 2002 22:36:25 GMT
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ServletException: Multipart data doesn't start with boundary (when calling form.validate()
in Action)





------- Additional Comments From martinc@apache.org  2002-07-27 22:36 -------
There is a new multipart file handler in Struts as of the 20020728 nightly 
builds. This may resolve the problem you are seeing, so you might want to try 
it.

Looking at your code again, though, I guess I don't understand what you are 
trying to do. You should never have to write code that works directly with the 
MultipartRequestHandler, either in your form beans or in your actions. All of 
this is intended to be transparent to you, so that you only need to write code 
that extracts the uploaded file information from the FormFile objects in your 
form bean.

Your form bean should have the following:

protected FormFile theFile;

public FormFile getTheFile() {
    return theFile;
}

public void setTheFile(FormFile theFile) {
    this.theFile = theFile;
}

Then you simply access the uploaded file in your action using:

FormFile uploadedFile = myForm.getTheFile();

and go from there.

See the struts-upload web app included in the Struts distribution for more 
detail on how to handle this.

If these comments help you resolve your problem, or you have otherwise resolved 
it, then please mark this bug as resolved, or add a comment to let us know, and 
we'll do that.

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