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If you are running your XNAT installation using Apache HTTPD as the front-end to Tomcat with SSL, you should read HttpdJava7.

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Start the upload applet

To launch the XNAT Upload Applet from anywhere in XNAT, go to Upload > Images > Upload Applet in the top navigation.

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When the upload is complete, a confirmation that the upload was successful will be displayed, with a link to the report page of the newly uploaded session. If anything went wrong during the upload, a diagnostic message will be displayed instead.


Adding Custom Configurations to the Upload Applet

You can configure parameters that are passed to the upload applet, as well as require users to enter in dates or times before launching the applet. To do this, you need to specify a configuration for the applet at either the site-wide or project-specific level. 

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HttpdJava7

Configuring Apache HTTPD to Support the Java 7 Plugin

Due to a change in the Java Secure Socket Extension API implementation in Java 7, server name indication is turned on by default in clients using the Java 7 plugin. This means that the server name must be properly configured in the server configuration. Failure to do this will cause these clients to fail with a message like this:

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