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2. validating existance of file on the server    forums.oracle.com

You can use JSP to generate HTML, why not for Javascript ? But suppose you have 2 users access this JSP and first user uploaded a file and second user won't know until refresh the JSP again. A better approach is validating on Servlet (or JSP if you like), and tell the user if upload is successful.

3. Executing .exe file in java is not working in Websphear Application Server.    forums.oracle.com

Hi All, When I am running below code for executing .exe file in java in websphear application developers (WSAD) its working fine, when I try to run below code in websphear application server (WAS), its not working. Process p = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(C: Program Files\\GanttProject ganttproject.exe); InputStream stderr = p.getErrorStream(); InputStreamReader isr = new InputStreamReader(stderr); BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(isr); String line = ...

4. How to locate a file on another server?    forums.oracle.com

I have load balanced production servers. I have been told that our web farm set up a "shared" folder on both of these servers, meaning I could access this folder from both servers. What happens is the user logs on to server A and wants to view a file. If the file does not exist on server A, I then need ...

5. File downlaod (server-client)    forums.oracle.com

Well, one thing we could fix right now is your whole idea of reading/writing into streams. What you're doing at the moment is reading one byte at a time and writing one byte at a time, which means you can't be in a hurry since it's very slow to do things that way. I'd advice you to look into the write(byte[] ...

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