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Applet generating a ms word doc in Macintosh  RSS feed

 
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i generated an applet where some data has been written to a ms word doc, and after clicking submit button the word doc should open with the text givn,
this everything is working fine in windows 2000
when it comes to macintosh os x 10.2.3, applet is coming and doing its functionality but the word doc is not opening, saying that "exception reading file, system cannot find the file specified.
can anyone guess what might be the problem..
thanks
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Dear Shrinivas,

when it comes to macintosh os x 10.2.3, applet is coming and doing its functionality but the word doc is not opening, saying that "exception reading file, system cannot find the file specified.


The problem is of Volume Name of HDD. Mac OS X needs the full path including the Volume name. Try to get the volume name of the HDD using the getAbsolutePath method.
Hope this helps.
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