How to upload large file with http via post

Hi guys,
Does anybody know how to upload large file (>100 MB) use applet to servlet with http via post method? Thanks in advance.

Hi SuckRatE
Thanks for your reply. Could you give me some client side code to upload a large file. I use URL to connect to server. It throws out of memory exception. The part of client code is below:
// connect to the servlet
URL theServlet = new URL(servletLocation);
URLConnection servletConnection = theServlet.openConnection();
// inform the connection that we will send output and accept input
// Don't used a cached version of URL connection.
servletConnection.setUseCaches (false);
// Specify the content type that we will send text data
// send the user string to the servlet.
OutputStream outStream = servletConnection.getOutputStream();
FileInputStream filein = new FileInputStream(largeFile);
//BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader
//System.out.println("tempCurrent = "+in.readLine());
byte abyte[] = new byte[2048];
int cnt = 0;
while((cnt = > 0)
outStream.write(abyte, 0, cnt);

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