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File BroswerProblem

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Hi there,

In my web based project in java, i need a dialog box that gives access only to directory level not to
file level. So i can't use FileDialog Object for this purpose. then,I tried with JFileChooser class
it works, and it needs a Security policy at Client side.
How do i solve this problem?
Please help me

Vikram
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if it is a tool just for you, you can modify the java.policy to allow file access.  If there will be many ppl using it, they will also have to modify their java.policy (located in jdk/jre/lib/security/ i believe) as well.

Otherwise, get your applet signed
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