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From "Filip Hanik" <m...@filip.net>
Subject RE: inputstream
Date Mon, 30 Apr 2001 17:14:42 GMT
why do you need Java on the client (browser)
I thought you said that you wanted to upload a file from my web page to my
web server,
no need for java on the client to do that,
hence no need for IE vs. netscape issues for JRE stuff

Filip

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Filip Hanik
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www.filip.net

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thad Humphries [mailto:thad@mindwrap.com]
> Sent: Monday, April 30, 2001 9:30 AM
> To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: Re: inputstream
>
>
> I have found this differs between the JRE on the platform.  In my
> experience, BufferedInputStream in IE 5.5 (no plugin) would get corrupted
> so I had to read the full value returned by
> URLConnection.getContentLength().  With Netscape 4.7, no plugin, I read
> chunks as determined by BufferedInputStream.available().
>
> I think the Netscape approach is how it should work.
>
> At 11:51 4/30/2001 -0400, you wrote:
> >hi everyone,
> >
> >i'm trying to use a form to upload a file from the webpage to my server.
> >
> >i don't want to store the file on myserver, i just want to
> receive the file
> >data and send it somewhere else right away.
> >
> >i know that i have to parse the received data to eliminate the boundaries
> >and th content type,etc.
> >
> >do you know the max size that i can receive on the
> >standardInputStream????????
> >
> >thanks for any suggestions
> >
> >Georges
>
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