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How do you expect to do this without user intervention? There is always a prompt in the browser for where to save the file, because the user complete control over this. You can't dictate where they place files on their machine. Have you thought of sending a .zip file? That way it could have a collection of files. ------------------ Phil Hanna Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform Author of : JSP: The Complete Reference Instant Java Servlets Website: http://www.philhanna.com
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The requirement of the client is that he does not mind if the pop ups keep coming whether or not you wish to save the file or open it, but the user should not have to keep browsing and chosing the file to download.
Can you open a URLConnection and create files in the client drive?
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