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Getting a Parameter

 
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Hi,
I'd like to know how can I get a Parameter from a "multipart/form-data" form.
Thanks.
 
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Hi,
I've written an abstract class that (among other things) retreives multipart/form-data parameters. I've posted the source here "http://www.gvaldig.addr.com/public/Servlet.java". Take a look at the code specifically these 3 methods.
1) getMultipartData (as well as comments at beginning of method)
2) getMultipartParameter
3) getMultipartFilename
P.S. You won't be able to compile it, since you need a bunch of other classes, however it should be enough enough to get you going. If you need more help with it, let me know (zsalzer@yahoo.com).
 
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Thanks swishhh, the Servlet really helped me.
 
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