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Uploading Files in GWT without GAE and Apache Commons

 
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I would just like to ask if there is a way to upload files in GWT WITHOUT using the Google App Engine and Apache Commons archives? I've been searching for ways to upload files in GWT but all of the solutions I find all make use of these two. I would just like to know if there is a way, because our app won't work if we use GAE and Apache Commons... Thank you very much!
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.
Whats wrong with using apache commons? (You do not need apache commons and GAE, just apache commons will do)
 
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Thanks! Uhh, initially my groupmate in my project told me not to use it, but right now I'm trying to figure out how it works, and am researching, though what I really won't be using is GAE, so thanks for clearing that up!
 
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Thank you very much!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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