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From Lauren Commons <lhcomm...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Question
Date Thu, 12 Sep 2002 16:28:55 GMT

--- Ralph Merrick <javahelpee@yahoo.com> wrote:
> 
> Hello all, thanks a lot. Just one question would be,
> I have a jsp page that would be a form that would
> take input from the user, and the user has a choice
> to upload a file. So on submission of the form, if
> they specify the file name, then it would be
> uploaded to the server, and the full path name would
> be saved as a String in the databases.  So how can
> that be done in Java in JSP format.  
The upload can be handled by using the
com.oreilly.servlet package available at
www.servlets.com. (Which appears to be having a server
problem right now...)
Writing the file name to a batabase is a
straightforward jdbc task.


> 
> This is on a Tomcat web server, using MYSQL
> datatbase, so I am sure I would have to specify the
> full path name and the IP server.
> 
> Thanks so much .
> 
> 
> 
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Mr Lauren Commons
DISCLAIMER: The opinions expressed 
ARE in fact those of my employer.

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