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QuestionHow to make "upload video" in web application ? Pin
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That is a generic question. It is not specific to Java.

Your question to me suggests you are asking about the entire process and not just the upload part.

Step 1. So your first research project would be how to run a video in a web page. Or even based on your question how to show an image. But you would need to answer both.

Then figure out how/where you store images/videos so your web site (not page) can effectively use them.


Step 2. So then you know where the videos go but how are you going to manage them. For example if 15 people all upload a image that is name 'teacher.jpg' with has a picture of a different teacher you certainly cannot store it using that name in the same directory. So you need to figure out how to handle that. This is a design problem not a code problem. It will probably involve a database because you will need to map from something to the actual image (or video.)

Step 3. Finally then you figure out how to upload a file from an web page and how to store that file in your web site. I use the term 'file' specifically because whether it is an image, video or even text it is still just a file as far as this process cares.

The last part of this is storing the file into whatever design you figured out for Step 2.
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