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Avoid Dialog box when downloading a file

 
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Hi,

Query :

When we export data in a file through java code , is there any way to avoid that pop up which asks for OPEN / SAVE / CANCEL .
Example : I have a link .If I click the link the file should be directly saved on to the mentioned disk location without the pop up.

Is there any way to do this??

 
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There is not. And thank goodness! Imagine the security nightmare if any old web site could write to your file system!
 
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Agreed..

but since we have source and destination folder information in our application , can there be any way to copy those files from source to destination.?
 
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Are you talking about a client machine that you have credentials for, or any random client?
 
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yes a specific client machine.
i know the destination folder where in the file should go..
 
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Do you have login credentials?
 
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Sorry ..there is no specific client..

it would be different for each user...but the source folder is common .
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if the link is clicked..the file from source folder should be copied on to client machine..
 
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Then, no. If you understand about the security problems, then you know this is untenable. You are either going to have to live with the dialog, or use some other means (such as a trusted applet).
 
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ohh..thank you Bear for your replies..

If you kno of anything I can do to copy the files thru a link please let me know..

thanks again...
 
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