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file upload program

 
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i have used the following code
html code


servlet code


this program is running well, but not giving any output means when i click on upload file button it is giving the blank page.
 
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Is there any output in the the server's log file?
 
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E Armitage wrote:Is there any output in the the server's log file?



java.io.FileNotFoundException: null\yoga.txt (The system cannot find the path specified)

This output is coming on console
 
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Which line number in your code is reported for that error (check the server stacktrace again)?
 
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Your filePath is getting null. Check for that.
 
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E Armitage wrote:Which line number in your code is reported for that error (check the server stacktrace again)?



Please tell me how can i check for that?
 
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replace


with


Most likely the exception is thrown in this code



So print out the values of variables you are using there and see which ones are not what you think them to be.
 
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E Armitage wrote:So print out the values of variables you are using there and see which ones are not what you think them to be.



Thank you very much
 
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