Application Path

Hi,
   I have installed javawebserver2.0 in my machine's "E:" drive.I had kept a text file in "E:\javawebserver2.0\public_html\txt\text.txt".I have generated a class file.but my client installed the javawebserver2.0 in "H:\javawebserver2.0".He downloaded the class file.It won't work because of path problem.How to resolve this path problem?.
Raju112699Asked:
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rainmalCommented:
Don't hard code the drive path.
Try using getRealPath() to get the real path to the servlet and then concat the drive letter from this string.
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rainmalCommented:
Well no need to concat anything really.
Just call
getRealPath("/");
 
This will return the real path of the Document Root dir of the server
in your case the foll
your installation drive:\javawebserver2.0\public_html

You can move up from there to \txt\....whatever

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