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Thanks,
  well then it sounds like you need a java app.
cant help you there accept to say you'll proabably need one for each browser.  Ive had so many compatability issues that I just stopped coding with it till it becomes more mature.

Good luck,
t

      So it appears that you need some webbased file/directory management system.ÊÊIf thats the case I would
      suggest CGI.
      That way you could support any browser.ÊÊThe cgi would read through the files/db identify problems and
      generate a report. It could also allow web based modification of the file.

      If that is the case I can recommend a free script that does that.
      You can customize it to suit your needs.

      SiteMgr - a web site managerÊÊFree This CGI script will perform
      Êmost of the file operations required for web site maintenance. You can use it to copy, move, edit, delete and
      upload files, and
      Êto create, move and delete directories. Installation can be done by the user or at the system level.

      UNIX:
      http://www.halcyon.com/sanford/cgi/sitemgr/ 

      NT, IIS 3.0:
      http://www.halcyon.com/sanford/cgi/sitemgr/ports.html 

      GL
      t
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Thanks for the comments!  I understand that a Java applet would be an adventure.  It would be nice to be able to only support one browser.  Our mandate of cutting edge while supporting multiple browsers and multiple versions of NT keeps the developers bleeding.  (At least we don't need to support IIS3 and IIS4.)
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