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how to use NFS mounted directory in java code

 
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Hi all,
Can anyone tell me , how to use NFS mounted directory(files) in java code ?


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Ritesh
 
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Using java.io.File.

Mounting a file system in UNIX / Linux (not just NFS but also your regular EXT2/EXT3/ReiserFS/... and SMB file systems, and CD-ROMs/DVD-ROMS/floppies) will make it appear as a local folder. File can then easily handle it.
 
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thanks for the answer
 
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