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Stephan van Hulst
GWT and tomcat
posted 8 years ago
I want that my application will save files in the server side and that after that I will be able to access these files.
I am sending to the server using rpc the directory where to save files which is GWT.getModuleName() + "/Diffs".
The file created under <workspace>/<project name>/<war>/<project name>/Diffs
After that in the client I use :
Window.open(GWT.getModuleName() + "/Diffs/"+ button.getTitle(), "_blank","status=1,width=350,height=150");
To open the files.
In development mode it works OK but when I run it in production mode using
the file saved under :
C:\Program Files (x86)\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 7.0\<project name>\Diffs
Is that the right way to write it ?
How can I save the files under the webapp directory ?
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