Extracting and displaying microsoft compliant documents custom propeties in jsp

Posted on 2004-10-29
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
I've got a very urgent question and I find it difficult

How can I extract and display custom properties for microsoft document properties in jsp. I looked at the File class in the Java API but it can only display the datelastmodified, filepath and the basics properties. What I want is to extract the customs properties.

Thanks in advance
Question by:uncivilizedpikinini
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    think you'll need to use JNI gor that.
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    afaik those properties are exposable via a COM interface, so you should be able to use this:

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