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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39316] - CommonsMultipartRequestHandler will lose parameters when a uploading file is too big
Date Sat, 15 Apr 2006 01:13:34 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From wshao@perpetual.com  2006-04-15 01:13 -------
Sorry for bad English.  Well, I noticed my test is not necessary valid for not
too much time I can put on this.  But still, combining all the situations and
practical user facts, I still think for current Commons FileUpload
implementation, it might be better for struts not to catch that exception,
because not many people will want to upload files others won't accept.  Of
course, stopping oversizing files at runtime is cool.  But comparing to losing
all request fields, I think more struts users would like to let web users to
wait.  Anyway, it's your call.

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