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store a file in tomcat server

 
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Hi pals,

i got a servlet is going to connect to a DB then do some queries then write the result in excel file on the local hard disk , what i wanna instead writing the file on the local hard disk i wanna to store it on the tomcat in a specific path so it can be downloaded ,

Any suggestions ?
 
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I'll move this from "Other Open Source Projects" forum to "Servlets" forum (Though your question talks about downloading the file to Tomcat, i think this is not specific to Tomcat server.)
 
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Looks like you have already posted the same question already in the Servlets forum as well as Tomcat forum.

Moderators, please close this thread. Thanks.
 
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Closed.
 
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