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Unable to read Network File
Joined: Jun 16, 2006
Jun 16, 2006 05:03:00
I am facing a serious problem while reading a file thro network in my
web application.My App Server is iPlanet 6.0.I tried using weblogic and it is working fine
The following code works fine in Weblogic,but it does not work in Iplanet6.0 server.
File dir1=new File("\\\\220.127.116.11\\logs\\20060616.log");
System.out.println(" dir1.exists()-->"+ dir1.exists());
System.out.println(" dir1.exists()-->"+ dir1.getAbsolutePath());
File dir2=new File("G:\\Logs\\20060616.log");
System.out.println(" dir2.exists()-->"+ dir2.exists());
System.out.println(" dir2.exists()-->"+ dir2.getAbsolutePath());
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Jun 16, 2006 10:34:00
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