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kannan vinayagam Duraiswamy
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Hi
There is a file server which has some java file.
I have copy of the files in my local system.
what i need is that i need to write a java program that 'copies' the java file in the 'server' to my system every week.
for this what i need is that ...how to implement this...and what are the area that i need to go through...

 
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Depends entirely on the server and how you can access it. Is it Windows or UNIX? Do you have login access? Is the server running an ssh service, an ftp service, or any other file-upload mechanism? Can you install new software to run on the server, or not?
 
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file server is unix -- my pc is windows
i think i dont have the permission to install on the server.

 
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OK, well, can you log into it via ssh, ftp, or telnet? Or (if this is all on a LAN) are there any remote shared disks you can mount on your PC?
 
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shared disk is there "m: drive".
telnet is possible

 
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