RE: Client side file push
Cecilia Farell (email@example.com)
Fri, 3 Nov 1995 15:01:54 -0500
At 09:40 11/03/95 PST, Fisher Mark wrote:
>Ram Austryjak Moskovitz writes in <199511030142.UAA18062@www19.w3.org>:
>>Now is this implemented yet? I tried this on a traditional (1.1n) browser:
>>it gives a form with a text field but doesn't actuall post the file (I
>>mention this for illustrative purposes only). I tried the same thing with
>>an 2.0b1 and I get the same, but without the text entry field! I don't
>>what to make of this. It seems either a) not fully implemented yet, b) the
>>filename must be set as a default value, or, c) a need a form to get the
>>name to return a form with the name as the default so they can submit it...
>AFAIK, Netscape 2.0b1 is the first browser in wide distribution to support
>this. However, at least in 2.0b1J for Windows NT, the code is pretty badly
>broken (no text field or list box for the file name, and it memory faults
>also). I am anxiously awaiting 2.0b2J to try this out.
>Mark Leighton Fisher Thomson Consumer Electronics
>firstname.lastname@example.org Indianapolis, IN
Do any other browsers not "in wide distribution" support it?
By the way, this from the IESG:
The IESG has reviewed the Internet-Draft "Form-based File Upload in HTML"
<draft-ietf-html-fileupload-03.txt> and recommends that it be published
by the RFC Editor as an Experimental RFC. This document is the product of
the HyperText Markup Language Working Group. The IESG contact persons are
John Klensin and Harald Alvestrand.
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