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Hi Guys,
This is Venkat. I have a requirement of working on file uploading and file downloading. Can anyone suggest a 3rd party API for that. It should include multiple file upload.


Thanks in Advance,
Venkat
 
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Are you using servlets? Have a look at com.oreilly.servlet or Apache Commons File Upload.
 
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Thanks for responding,
I am using struts framework . I think commons file upload will meet my requirement.
 
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Struts has Apache Commons built in already.
 
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Thanks buddy ...
 
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'thanks'

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