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Old November 7th, 2003, 05:34 AM
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Default Can JFileChooser be used on a remote server?

I have a program I need to write that requires me to select a file on a server and write it to my local machine. I have achieved this no problem (Well very few) but my lecturer has asked for a GUI to browse to the server based file. I know JFileChooser works locally, but does it work over a network? And if so how? IS it a case of using a BufferedReader? or is there a "standard" network filechooser I know nothing about?

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Suppose if u using Window NT network,

U need to map that drive which u have to choose from JFileChooser.

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OK maybe I didn't explain what I mean properly. I am connecting to a remote server (OS "unknown" - I actually know it is Windows (At my end), but it is going 2 b testing on multi OS) so I really need to be able 2 view it "down the socket" as it were. Is that possible?

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i think u need one more server, like samba server used to file servicing to windows and unix/linux.
i am not sure. but this will help for you.
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I don't think you can use it remotely
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