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Hi all,

I have to upload multiple files using servlet,i dont want to use apache common file upload package.

Thanks in advance.
 
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OK, so then you'll need to either use another package or parse the multipart form on your own. What have you got so far?
 
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Hi Bear,

I am using apache commmon file upload package for that requires portlet-api.jar file. Do you know where would i get free download of same.

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Originally posted by pradeep malekar:
Hi Bear,

I am using apache commmon file upload package for that requires portlet-api.jar file.



This is the dependencies page. Portlet is required only when using this in a portal environment.Though this jar depends on Apache's commons io project.

Apache File upload tutorial.

Download page.
 
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