Kevin,

You can download the RPGsp Web Development Tool from www.RPGsp.com.  In
RPGsp, you can upload a file with one line of code.

This will upload a file to the IFS...

HTML:   <input type="file" name="upload_file">
RPG:    Eval success = RPGspUpload('/web/')

This will upload a file to the IFS and name it logo.jpg...

HTML:   <input type="file" name="upload_file">
RPG:    Eval success = RPGspUpload('/web/logo.jpg')
 
An example program can be found in the RPGsp samples directory named
upload.rpgsp.  RPGsp is completely CGI-based, so it will integrate perfectly
with anything else that's CGI.  If you're just using functions in the RPGsp
CGI Service program, you don't need a license.

Note: I am a member of Profound Logic Software's RPGsp Support Team.

Enjoy,
Seth Newton
snewton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Profound Logic Software, Inc.
Toll-Free: (877) 224-7768 x115
Fax: (603) 849-7757

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message: 6
date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 09:03:15 -0700
from: "Kevin Touchette" <KTouchette@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [WEB400] HTTP file upload utility

Hi Everyone,

  Can someone point me to the best utility or method to upload a file to
the IFS from a user's pc through a web page using an html tag such as:

 <input type="file" name="upload_file"> 

I have been using a net.data function to do this, however you have to
rename the file to something usable and set your own permissions etc.
after the file is uploaded.  I also looked at FUPLOAD function from
EASY400, I didn't quite understand how that works.  Is there is quick
and easy method of doing this through some utility on the iSeries.  I
can make it work now, I'm just looking for a better method through some
utility.

Kevin

_______________________________________________

Kevin R. Touchette 
Washington Corporations 
Web and Application Development
E-mail:  KTouchette@xxxxxxxxxxxx 





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