troubleshooting Question

JFileChooser limit access

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Hi experts,
I would like to limit the JFileChooser to save files in a specific directory tree.
I'm able to set the default directory but the user can always brows to deferent place in the file system. I would like to force him to save the file in the file tree under the default directory.
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