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Get file name into a directory

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hi experts,

      How to capture the file name into a specific directory? Do I need to use the package "JNDI"? Please help.
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If I understand the question:

File f = new File("c:\\dir");
File[] aFiles = f.listFiles();
String[] aFilesByNames = f.list();
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That was to view the files in a directory.  To create a new one:

File f = new File("c:\\dir\\myFile.tmp");

FileOutputStream fis = new FileOutputStream(f);

// write to file....
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