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We have developed our application using JAVA with JSP and deployed it in Parallels Plesk server v9.3.

 In our application, there is a provision for users to upload an image file from their desktop to Parallels Plesk server.

But in Parallels Plesk server, we could not able to upload a file. It occurs only in this server.
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Do you see any errors in your application server log?
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Its not showing any errors.
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In your application, there must be some code (a servlet?) that tries to write the file, probably in a try/catch block. Depending on how the catch is written, you may not see any errors (i.e. it may fail silently). Or maybe there's some configuration or log.properties file that your application uses to configure how things get logged. If so, maybe you can increase the logging level.

Without an error, it's hard to diagnose what might be wrong.
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