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Create a shared directory on a remote machine

 
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Is there any way through which i can create a shared directory on a remote machine through a J2EE application?
 
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Hi,

The power of the Java is limited to the API exposed by the underlying JVM. Don't think standard JDK provides any features of this sort. If you want to do this, you would have to write a JNI code to expose the Win32 function which actually creates a shared directory in remote m/c and then use it in Java with native keyword.

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Thanks Santhosh
 
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