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Hello,

I need to develop a web page which will allow the application user to upload a file (.txt, .doc, .xls etc.) from client machine to the web server and save it in a specific directory in an intranet environment. Does anyone know how it can be done using CGI stand alone Delphi application with WebBroker architecture? Do I need to go for "multipart/form-data"?
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I got the solution at following URL and I would like to delete this question.

http://www.codenet.ru/progr/delphi/stat/dupload.php

Thanks.
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