http-upload


multipart/form-data vs application/octet-stream

六眼飞鱼酱① 提交于 2019-12-21 07:00:54
问题 I'm creating a simple REST API for uploading files. From other API's I found they use " multipart/form-data " content type. But for me, it looks like " application/octet-stream " is much simpler. If I don't intend to send any more form data with the file is there any reason to use " multipart/form-data " and not " application/octet-stream " ? 回答1: While you don't intend to send any other data together with the file right now, multipart/form-data would give you the possibility to add

Passing parameters along with a multipart/form-data upload form (Java Http Post Upload)

元气小坏坏 提交于 2019-12-18 05:23:26
问题 I have a code base which currently uploads file using Post and has enctype as multipart/form-data. Now I need to include some form items i.e. some parameters will also be passed along with the file upload. I have my html form created out but I cannot use request.getParameter because it is a multipart form. Could anyone suggest me how do I pass parameters along with my upload file. I am providing the codes below. Please suggest me how to get around based on compatibility of my codes if (

Whats Content-Type value within a HTTP-Request when uploading content?

点点圈 提交于 2019-12-17 06:47:11
问题 I need to extract uploads from http-trafic. How could do that? First of all, the request-method will be POST. Secondly, there will be a Content-Type header-field. I do not want to extract formular-data, but uploads like mail-attachements. 回答1: The content type is per specification multipart/form-data . This is a special content type which can be visualized as multiple sub-requests in one big request. Each of those sub-requests (one form-data element) has their own set of headers. The content

Google Drive Resumable upload no Response

纵饮孤独 提交于 2019-12-08 08:56:12
问题 Ok i am at a loss here as to why this doesnt work. The same code works for just uploading the metadata then the same for multip part upload. I cant get resumable upload to work. Uploading Files Says that Step 1 should return a 200 ok with an upload_id however the following line is returning nothing. Content length is 0 there is no error response theres nothing. string responseFromServer = reader.ReadToEnd(); My code: FileInfo info = new FileInfo(pFilename); String MimeType = GetMimeType

multipart/form-data vs application/octet-stream

时光怂恿深爱的人放手 提交于 2019-12-03 22:03:11
I'm creating a simple REST API for uploading files. From other API's I found they use " multipart/form-data " content type. But for me, it looks like " application/octet-stream " is much simpler. If I don't intend to send any more form data with the file is there any reason to use " multipart/form-data " and not " application/octet-stream " ? Stefan Kögl While you don't intend to send any other data together with the file right now, multipart/form-data would give you the possibility to add additional data later on if this is required (without breaking compatability). Also multipart/form-data

Whats Content-Type value within a HTTP-Request when uploading content?

旧时模样 提交于 2019-11-27 04:37:29
I need to extract uploads from http-trafic. How could do that? First of all, the request-method will be POST. Secondly, there will be a Content-Type header-field. I do not want to extract formular-data, but uploads like mail-attachements. The content type is per specification multipart/form-data . This is a special content type which can be visualized as multiple sub-requests in one big request. Each of those sub-requests (one form-data element) has their own set of headers. The content type of the actual data is in there. Here's an example how it look like with 1 normal field and 1 file field

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