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JavaFx XML file read

 
nayela khan
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Hi all,

I am new to JavaFx scripting and due to time constraints couldnt read much about it.
I have a requirement wherein i need to read the contents of an xml file. I found an example on the net but couldnt get it working..
This is my code




i am getting an exception at

i have a temp folder in my project directory with test.xml file...
i am not able to find out what the problem is.. can someone please help... any help is greatly appreciated
 
nayela khan
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I am getting a
java.security.AccessControlException:access denied(java.io.FilePermission \temp\test.xml)

Can some one please help?
 
Philippe Lhoste
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nayela khan wrote:AccessControlException:access denied

Are you testing it in applet mode? In this case, you must sign the applet.

Looking again, I see backslashes. You are on Windows? You should specify a drive (absolute path), I think, something like: "E:/temp/test.xml"
It is hard to say on which drive the current directory is (unless you have only one disk & partition).
 
nayela khan
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Are you testing it in applet mode? In this case, you must sign the applet.


I am not testing in applet mode. I just run the project in netbeans 6 or alternatively, running the project creates a projectName.jnlp file which i can add to widgetFX dock

Looking again, I see backslashes. You are on Windows? You should specify a drive (absolute path), I think, something like: "E:/temp/test.xml"
It is hard to say on which drive the current directory is (unless you have only one disk & partition).


I even tried giving the complete drive path but still get the same exception..
 
Jiri Goddard
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nayela khan wrote:
Are you testing it in applet mode? In this case, you must sign the applet.


I am not testing in applet mode. I just run the project in netbeans 6 or alternatively, running the project creates a projectName.jnlp file which i can add to widgetFX dock

Looking again, I see backslashes. You are on Windows? You should specify a drive (absolute path), I think, something like: "E:/temp/test.xml"
It is hard to say on which drive the current directory is (unless you have only one disk & partition).


I even tried giving the complete drive path but still get the same exception..


The you probably need to set the permissions. Just follow the link to FilePermission class from this forum.
 
Philippe Lhoste
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nayela khan wrote:creates a projectName.jnlp file which i can add to widgetFX dock

For the record (I already answered in the Sun forum...), WidgetFX requires its widgets to be signed like an applet when doing system access.
 
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