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hello friends i am creating a file upload and download application.

i want to upload all files on my server. i am using tomcat and it is in "/opt/Portique/liferay-portal-5.2.4/tomcat-6.0.18".

now i want to upload my files to the webapps directory of tomcat.

how can i get path of this tomcat server in java.
 
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By "upload", do you mean via HTTP? If so, then the servlet context has the getRealPath method that returns the file system path that corresponds to a web app-relative URL.
 
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