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    Smile Uploading an image to webserver

    hi i want to upload an image file to web server.in the webserver side i want to use php to store the uploaded file.
    1>image file format is jpg if i want to upload it to my server can i send it as Query string to GET request or POST request ?
    2>if so do i need to convert the image file to Bytes and then send it
    3>Can i able to get the complete image if i use the above technic (in some forums i read that Uploading via Get or post results in Partial image)

    please help

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    Re: Uploading an image to webserver

    Quote Originally Posted by lokesh_kumar_s View Post
    hi i want to upload an image file to web server.in the webserver side i want to use php to store the uploaded file.
    1>image file format is jpg if i want to upload it to my server can i send it as Query string to GET request or POST request ?
    Yes you can using POST
    2>if so do i need to convert the image file to Bytes and then send it
    Yes again
    3>Can i able to get the complete image if i use the above technic (in some forums i read that Uploading via Get or post results in Partial image)
    please help
    As long as you are encoding them properly and assembling them back correctly.

    For further reference check the following links :-

    http://developer.symbian.com/forum/t...threadID=29311
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...ad.php?t=89695

    Cheers,
    Mayank

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    Re: Uploading an image to webserver

    Thanks a lot for skumar_rao for directing me to the correct path.
    i have a little suggestion for you S_kumar if u accept

    as u suggest some examples or forums like this u can also specify it works fine. or i got result from that like that. if it is the case people go in that direction with greater intensity

    any how thanks very much for ur help S_Kumar

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    Re: Uploading an image to webserver

    Quote Originally Posted by lokesh_kumar_s View Post
    Thanks a lot for skumar_rao for directing me to the correct path.
    i have a little suggestion for you S_kumar if u accept

    as u suggest some examples or forums like this u can also specify it works fine. or i got result from that like that. if it is the case people go in that direction with greater intensity

    any how thanks very much for ur help S_Kumar
    i have code that is not even similar to the code above, just pointed out one example that looked to me as will work.

    But i have not used the exact code so can't comment on that code "right ?". so i did not do that. anyway thanks for suggest will consider it in future.

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