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Upload / Download file in Application Server

Hi

Required input / approach if you have worked on below scenario.

1-->Upload functionality in Webdynpro Application.

2-->Choose the Application Server file path(AL11)

3-->Upload the PDF (always be PDF) file into that file path.

4-->After upload the file will display in a table created in the application.

5-->Open the file by clicking the link whenever required.

Thanks in advance.

Jay

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    Posted on Jul 28, 2016 at 10:41 AM

    Hi

    The issue is resolved.

    Thank you for support .

    Cheers

    Jay

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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2016 at 05:59 AM
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      Hi Pranav,

      Thank you very much for the response but both the link does not address my requirement

      First Link-->This will help you to store the data in local system not in the application server.

      Second Link-->This is describe about display a PDF from a particular location.

      Please check the attached screen shot if you can share any input.I have developed something like the below one which is currently working fine with local system and i am saving the file data in a table so that whenever necessary I can download it.

      The current requirement which i am looking is ,if i upload the file should save in the application server(\sap\bc\....) and if I clicked on download the file should view from application server.

      Thanks in advance.

      Jay

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