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Call an attachment from lying in the other drive
Joined: Jul 12, 2005
Sep 21, 2005 04:56:00
I am working on
which is in my c: drive...Now i have an attachment in D: drive which i want to call from my application (in c: drive) using <include tag > in my
I tried giving the path like this..
<jsp:include page='d:/GIC/Security/try.html' flush='true'>
But it doesn't work.
But if i use
propfile = new
it reads the path. Could you pls suggest how i do it...
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Joined: Jan 10, 2002
Sep 21, 2005 07:58:00
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