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To Hans: How file Uploading is done in JSF

 
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Handling file uploads in Java is nothing but a pain --root of all evil.
How is done in JSF?
 
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Originally posted by sunitha raghu:
Handling file uploads in Java is nothing but a pain --root of all evil.
How is done in JSF?



The JSF specification doesn't address file uploads at all, but there's a file upload component included with the open source MyFaces implementation (see the MyFaces web site for details). It uses a filter to actually process the file upload request, but you use it just as any other JSF component, so except for configuration, you don't need to worry about that detail.
 
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maybe you want to look at the jakarta commons as well. (even if it has nothing to do with jsf)
 
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That is what i used. But there are limitations in that. I dont know about JasonHunter's fileupload package.
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