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I am writing a servlet that requires file upload. As the form type is multipart/form-data, how can I get other input fields in addition to the file? I've tried to use getParameterValues(), but seems that doesn't work.
The html code is something like
<form action="abc" enctype="multipart/form-data" method="post">
<input type="text" name="ID">
<input type="file" name="uploadFile">
</form>
 
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Get com.oreilly.servlet package to use multipart classes to serve your need.
 
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Thanx Pual.
I'm wondering if I can get an array of the parameter values as if I use String[] getParameterValues() in default form submission.
 
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