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Parsing the MPP files in Microsoft Server

 
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Hi


I am using MPXJ library to parse the MPP files.It works fine for the MPP files which is stored in my local harddisk. I wish to parse the MPP files stored in the Microsoft Server by establishing connection to the server programatically.


Help me out to on this issue ASAP.Sample program would me more helpful to me.




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Logeswaran Radhakrishnan
 
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Logeswaran Radhakrishnan wrote:Help me out to on this issue ASAP.


Please EaseUp.
 
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What kind of server is a "Microsoft Server"? If it's a CIFS/SMB file server, then you can use the jCIFS library to read the file. If it's something else, tell us the details.
 
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Looks like we are continuing conversation here. Closing this thread.
 
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Hi

What actually i have done is i have my local MPP file in my harddisk.I been able to locate that file and been able to parse it.

Now what i have to do is that to establish connection to the server programatically and then i have to locate the required MPP file after which i have to parse the MPP file.

The server is Microsoft Project Server.

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Logeswaran Radhakrishnan
 
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Looks like this topic wasn't closed as had been intended; it's now. Let's continue the discussion in the duplicate thread.
 
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