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Creating a file at runtime in our web-app

 
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How can i make a file through my application while my web-app is deployed in application server..
Is the .war file flexible enough to hold a new file in it while created at run-time?

server i am using = oracle weblogic 10.x

Please help me out .. anyone ?
 
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The file that i want to create is a key-store : extension .jks
because i am implementing java cryptography architecture

I need to use this file and generated certificates at run time
while my .war file is deployed in server
help me out ..
 
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No. You cannot create a new file in the war at run time.
 
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