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Inam
Hi sir
I am creating html form, after filling the form up, when user clicks the 'submit' button, those information submitted to the form will be converted to first zip file , subsequently when the user clicks the 'explore' button, soon that zipped file will be converted into .epub file.
The first time i m developing the application, i dont have the idea.

Plz help me out


Regards
Inam
Christian J
HTML can't do that, but the server-side script (that the form submits to) might be able to. Which server-side scripting language are you using, and what does its documentation say?
Inam
QUOTE(Christian J @ Jul 13 2012, 07:08 AM) *

HTML can't do that, but the server-side script (that the form submits to) might be able to. Which server-side scripting language are you using, and what does its documentation say?




I know it very well, that html can't do this job, i think xml file will be used, but how it will be configured, i m not asking about which technology i need to use, my question is, what is the procedure and steps to be performed. If you are not able to understand the point, why u waste your time.


Thanks
Inam
Darin McGrew
XML isn't a programming language either. You need a programming language to do the kinds of things you've described. What programming language are you using? What kind of programming experience do you have.

As far as "steps to be performed", you've described the steps the program will need to perform: (1) convert to zip file, (2) display a form with an "Explore" button, (3) convert the zip file to an epub file when the user submits the second form.
Inam
Hi sir
I know html, javascript, java server pages, all these language,
now what would i do. plz tell me how will i solve this problem.
Darin McGrew
Well, JSP is server-side programming, so you can use it. I am not familiar with it, but a little digging turned up ZipOutputStream, which is documented here:
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/1.4.2/docs/a...tputStream.html
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