Affects Version/s: 1.0 Alpha
Fix Version/s: None
Operating System: All
I have been using the file upload for handling my requests and i quite like
what there is so far. The reason that i chose this over the servlets.com file
upload is because this is able to handle the file too large with an exception.
I am actively using it in the development of my website and in the testing and
development it works just as good as the servlets.com file upload so far. I
have not yet stressed it though.
However i would like to suggest to take one more step. I suggest you throw the
usual FileUploadException when "the request was rejected because it's size
exceeds the allowed range" and throwing something to the effect of a
FileUploadRequestException as "the request doesn't contain a multipart/form-
This is the reason that i chose the product, and am continuing to use it, but i
wish there was a more defined way to know about the size exception instead of
doing a string check on the exception message.
Thx for your time to read this.