- [Instructor] As a part of the insert operation…we're going to code a small section…in the file to upload image files to the application.…And then display the file…or the image to be viewed.…That's all I want to do here.…So let's go ahead and open our add file…and scroll down to the part where we need to…upload the photo…right about line 66 here.…Add a new line right here…and this is going to be our input file.…I'll do an ID, which is photo…and the value is going to be bound to our Bean.…
So, again, it'll be the Bean named team.employee.-…and we're gonna create a variable name in here…called uploaded fie.…So we will process this form, it will be saved directly…to this file name here in the employee class.…So, save this.…So, let's go into the employee class…and then we're gonna create a variable name right in here…right in line 14.…So that's gonna be private type part.…
Parts and special class in Java allows us to…read data directly from the form that allows multi-part…upload, so…we'll have the verbal name called uploadedFile…
- Setting up JSF
- JSF class creation
- Preparing lists of data
- Configuring source files
- Building UI components
- Building interface menus
- Displaying data-bound table components
- Adding, viewing, updating, and deleting data
- Displaying messages and message tags
- Validating data in a form
- Setting session attributions
- Authenticating permissions across JSF pages
Skill Level Intermediate
Java EE: Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP)with Ketkee Aryamane6h 14m Intermediate
Java Persistence API (JPA): 1 The Basicswith Kesha Williams1h 31m Intermediate
1. Setting Up the JSF Application
2. Configuring the Front End
3. Performing CRUD Operations
4. Localized Messages and Form Validation
5. Session Management and Authentication
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