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how to copy file?

 
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hi,
I tried to use RandomAccessFile to save one file to another. It wont work. Does anything happens with Applet security?
Please post simple code if possible.
Thanx
 
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Simon,
Yes, this does have to do with Applet security... Applets cannot read or write files on the clients machine... You can do this through Netscape capability classes ( http://developer.netscape.com/docs/manuals/signedobj/capabilities/ ), but this will only work in Netscape browsers, and you will have to mess with signed applets and all kinds of other messy stuff...
HTH,
-Nate
 
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hi, Nathan,
I will try it. Thanx for your point.
 
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