How to determine your browser's Temporary Internet Files folder

My applet based applications will only ever run on Windows. Is there a way to find the path of the Temporary Internet Files, by default "C:\WINNT\Temporary Internet Files" on winnt
tom_corcAsked:
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heyhey_Commented:
you can do this with some native code, but you'd better post this Windows specific question at some Windows forum.
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heyhey_Commented:
are you allowed to use native code ?
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cxj97cCommented:
I am not too sure about this, I dont think its allowed, one of the bugs in ie lets you read files from a remote machine, but i think its was patched i am not sure ....
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tom_corcAuthor Commented:
Yes I can use any means at all, is there any way with native code?
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tom_corcAuthor Commented:
Sure, can you provide the java bit? I have not used native code in Java before.
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tom_corcAuthor Commented:
Sure, can you provide the java bit? I have not used native code in Java before.
Thanks
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tom_corcAuthor Commented:
Sure, can you provide the java bit? I have not used native code in Java before.
Thanks
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tom_corcAuthor Commented:
I have just posted the question in the Operating Systems(General) topic area.
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heyhey_Commented:
for JNI info visit this URL
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/native1.1/

if you have some specific problem, I'll be glad to help you.

(and thanks for the points :)
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