Andrew Reinartz

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Recent posts by Andrew Reinartz

I have my server-client working the way I want it to so far (just using normal socket-stream communication, not RMI or anything), but I have a question. I'll need to browse some files on the server-side to select one to run some server-side manipulation on. How can I go about this? Is there any way to use JFileChooser remotely (my client-side is Swing based)? Or can I send file arrays from the server to the client that list the current directory say? Any help would greatly appreciated. Thanks,
~Andrew
15 years ago
i'm not sure (i'm new to java myself), but i think this might work for you.
15 years ago
Can anyone help explain to me or point me to a link that explains the security issues when using Runtime.getRuntime.exec(etc.)?
I'm creating a GUI and remote access front-end applet for some files that are manipulated by a suite of optimized, C command-line programs. Eventually the command-line programs will be run on a remote server, but just for getting the interface up and running I want to be able to test it running the C programs from my own machine, but am getting security exceptions (saying access denied for exec on all files) because it's an applet. Also, the code works if I write it as just a normal command-lin class, not an applet, so I'm assuming it truly is a security issue.
Thanks in advance.
15 years ago