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File explorer web component

Eric Savitz
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Joined: Feb 28, 2008
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Can anyone recommend a file explorer component which I can include in my J2EE web application?

I need it for general administration, such as checking log files, and occasionally cleaning up files. PHP tends to have loads of these components but I want one in Java so I can integrate it with the rest of my app.
Patrick Seitz
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Joined: Feb 28, 2008
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You can try JEExplorer.

It is a sort of file manager widget which you can integrate in your own web application. It also has settings for the user's home directories, max size of files for upload and so on.
D Rog
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Joined: Feb 07, 2004
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It looks nice, but download from the page doesn't work, if you are the author, then please fix.


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Ulf Dittmer
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It looks nice, but download from the page doesn't work

Works fine for me.


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D Rog
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Because you are in Germany. Anyway, I could able to download it using a prov ider from Europe. So I have question, in my case a page get populated with empty context path. Is it problem of my servlet container, ot it happens for others as well?
Here is what I see:

Here is what I expect:

Patrick Seitz
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Joined: Feb 28, 2008
Posts: 2
I am not the author but I have it fully integrated as a file manager in one of my projects.

Do you access the jeexplorer.jsp page directly or do you include it in another page with an iframe or as a serverside include?

Is jeexplorer.jsp at the root of the web application? In this case the link you are seeing should work. Otherwise, where is the jeexplorer page relative to the page it is included from?
 
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