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From Wes Wannemacher <w...@wantii.com>
Subject Re: processing of multipart request
Date Mon, 12 Nov 2012 15:13:48 GMT
Another approach would be for you to take a look at our plugin API and
build a plugin for integrating your framework into a Struts 2 web-app.

-Wes

On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 7:39 AM, Fastupload <fastupload@outlook.com> wrote:

> To who maybe concern,
>
> I just notice struts2 framework parses multipart/form-data requesting into
> a temporary file, and marshal a java.io.File object for struts2 action
> regarding file input of multipart-form data request. also the framework
>  parses all files in request and then make a filter rule in
> FileUploadInterceptor.java. And finally, framework clean temporary files
> after action is invoked.
>
> Following the processing, there are three disadvantages:
> 1, use temporary file makes low performance
> 2, redundancy operation --  clean up temporary file
> 3, struts action only supports java.io.File class to represent a uploading
> file in multipart/form-data request.
> 4, filter all file after parsing has been done, the action may be prior to
> interceptors.
>
> Could you guys have a look into *fastupload* open source project in
> https://sourceforge.net/projects/fastupload. Right now it is the fastest
> form-based upload parsing component in java area. it makes a significant
> performance improvement and advance features, such as,
> 1, 2.x faster than Apache Commons FileUpload in stream method. certainly,
> it's 5.x faster than apache commons file upload in disk method.
> 2, filter boundaries with determining MIME and file name in advance.
>
>
>
> In fastupload-0.4.7 version, it has released some codes that work with
> struts2 framework, enable parsing files with it in struts2 framework.  To
> improve features of struts2 multipart/form-data request, Could you consider
> to integrate *fastupload* source code into struts2 framework.  incurring
> struts2 supports both *fastupload* and ASF commons file upload?
>
> best wishes,
> Link Qian
>
>
>
>
>
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Wes Wannemacher

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