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web services : upload file

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2005-12-28 15:58:48.0Z
Ch.L. Posted on 2005-12-28 13:48:04.0Z
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Hi,
We successfully use web services since 3 years for our intranet/extranet
site.
Our users now are asking us to add in a html form the 'upload file'
facility.
What are we supposed to do at server side (in the web service sp
corresponding to the form) in order to acquire the file's content ?

Regards (and happy new year to all of you)
Ch.L.

(ASA 9.0.2 on W2K box)


Mark Culp Posted on 2005-12-28 15:58:48.0Z
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Please do not cross post - I've answered your question in the
sybase.public.sqlanywhere.general group.
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"Ch.L." wrote:
>
> Hi,
> We successfully use web services since 3 years for our intranet/extranet
> site.
> Our users now are asking us to add in a html form the 'upload file'
> facility.
> What are we supposed to do at server side (in the web service sp
> corresponding to the form) in order to acquire the file's content ?
>
> Regards (and happy new year to all of you)
> Ch.L.
>
> (ASA 9.0.2 on W2K box)