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From "Raghuveer" <raghuve...@infotechsw.com>
Subject RE: Upload huge file size: "The page cannot be displayed" browser er
Date Thu, 31 Aug 2006 07:43:45 GMT
I am perfectly following the below link.
I have done almost 10 time the same code in different projects.

It is working fine when i have upto 55 records.
But if i upload 130 records ,file is uploaded succefully.But if i click any
action after file upload i am getting "The page cannot be displayed" shown
on the
web browser.
after processing request forever
  -----Original Message-----
  From: nuwan chandrasoma [mailto:mymailnot@gmail.com]
  Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2006 1:15 PM
  To: Struts Users Mailing List; raghuveerv@infotechsw.com
  Subject: Re: Upload huge file size: "The page cannot be displayed" browser
er


  Hi,

  What is the file size?. in struts the default file size is 250MB, hope it
is not bigger than this. but you can configure this read the below link.

  I think u shouldnt allow any button to be clicked when the file is being
uploaded :).

  http://wiki.apache.org/struts/StrutsFileUpload

  Thanks,

  Nuwan.


  On 8/31/06, Raghuveer <raghuveerv@infotechsw.com> wrote:


    have an upload file operation in the web application.  The web server is
    OC4J.

    //UploadForm.jsp
    <FORM NAME="InputForm" ACTION="UploadAction.jsp" METHOD="POST"
    enctype=multipart/form-data>
    <input type="file" name="fileName">
    //etc ...
    </FORM>

    After I deploy the application to the web server, if I upload a small
file
    size, it is fine.

    But if i upload huge data ,data is uploading but if any action button is
    clicked
    After 30 seconds, it has error "The page cannot be displayed" shown on
the
    web browser.


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