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Can a java applet write files in the server???

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Hi, Can a java applet create and write files in the  static server, where the applet itself is situated? Is there any restriction? Note also, I want to run the applet through a client mechine (browser) and whenever I want I want to create a file in the server, with specified name and path. If possible, please write some code also.

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Hi,

  you will have to make this a trusted applet. U can try using rmi to write to a file on the server side. Or else, handle an event such as button click to send a response to the server with the reqd,. info to write to a file
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You can place a servlet at the server (same IP that the applet comes from). The applet then sends the request to servlet. The servlet will create the file according to the request.
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