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Getting file path for webservice project
posted 3 years ago
I am using Glassfish, and am attempting to write files to disk from a web application.
Unfortunately the file is written directly to the Glassfish server directory ("C:\...\.netbeans\7.0\config\GF3\domain1")
and not to my project directory (which is where I want it to be saved to).
, I got around this problem, using the following method:
filepath = getServletContext().getRealPath("/");
But for my web service, I cannot use this method, and am struggling to find one which would work.
Does anyone know of a method which might help?
Thanks very much
I agree. Here's the link:
file locations in Netbeans project and in glassfish
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