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 I am developing a JSP project, and I have read the
 Professional JSP book
 which in chapter 20 and page 702 said that I can
 upload a
 file using
 HttpServletRequest object, how can I implement that
 because in that
 book doesn't explain how to use HttpServletRequest
 object ?
 Another question is, how to upload a file (or
 files) and directly
 insert that into a database ? Is there any object
 that I
 can use ? And how ?


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you should read the post "Uploading a file using JSP ". It explains that how you can upload a file into DB.
You can also refer to

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