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Old July 11th, 2006, 06:59 AM
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Default hi have to upload excel file using jsp

please provide complte source code to upload excel file to the server from the client end using JSP.
   please help me... i am in trouble.
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There's nothing special about Excel files. Just do an <input type="file"> in your HTML and have the user select it. Make sure that you define the form's encoding type to multipart. e.g.:

<form enctype="multipart/form-data" ... >

Due to security restrictions, the user MUST select the file manually -- you cannot specify a default value to point to somewhere on the user's disk. On the server side, you need to use something like Apache Commons FileUpload project to parse the multipart submission. http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/fileupload/

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hi sir,
   thanks for your cooperation .but can you help me in detailed .actually it is new issue for me. please help me
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 There's nothing special about Excel files. Just do an <input type="file"> in your HTML and have the user select it. Make sure that you define the form's encoding type to multipart. e.g.:

<form enctype="multipart/form-data" ... >

Due to security restrictions, the user MUST select the file manually -- you cannot specify a default value to point to somewhere on the user's disk. On the server side, you need to use something like Apache Commons FileUpload project to parse the multipart submission. http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/fileupload/

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Sorry, I have to leave implementation details up to you :). I'm just answering questions in my free time, you know :).

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