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Read and Write Files on a Network

 
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Hi I am trying to read/write files over a network and my app runs on a Unix box(so mapping ruled out). How can i do this?
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Well, you can do it using RMI. Depending on the application, Jini may also be an option.
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Thanks Mark,
But i used java.net.URLConnection class to get the connection to the machine and the file system therein. It was really a piece of cake after i had a look at the API for the class.
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