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Connectivity to Windows server

rahulJ james
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I need to connect to the Windows server (file system) through Java. I dont have any idea about this .. Can anyone suggest on the same.. If will I be able to move the files from one folder to the other

Windows server is our shared folder accessed by ppl throughout the world
Paul Sturrock
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You can use the classes in the java.io package to access the file system. Assuming your file server has a share you can access it as if it were your local drive.


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I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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