This throws a security exception. If you remove the first file separator, everything is groovy. I was just curious why it throws a security exception.
posted 15 years ago
I might be wrong here, but wouldn't the URL that you specify have a "/" at the end of it, and supplying another "/" one make the complete URL contain "//." On windows systems, you access computers on the network that way. Maybe that's why it throws a security exception. I could be way way off on this! [ April 24, 2002: Message edited by: Altaf Ahmad ]