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Is there a multipart.jar shipped by Apache?

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Hi ,
  I am trying to upgrade some old code.They are using the package com.oreilly.servlet  for multipart requests.The old jars have an enumerated jar which has different classes from different jars.com.oreilly.servlet package is one of them.I want to identify to which  jarthis package  belongs ?.I searched the web and found that this package was avavilable in cos.jar from www.servlets.com.Howver some old documentation maintains that this was a part of multipart.jar shipped by Apache?.I couldn't find this anywhere on the web.COuld someone please highhlight me on this as to where I can downlaod this jar?
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Actually there are two Apache projects that refer to multipart. Have a look at the commons projects - commons-fileupload (http://commons.apache.org/fileupload/) and commons-httpclient, which is really what you want: http://jakarta.apache.org/httpcomponents/httpclient-3.x/methods/multipartpost.html.
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