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Creating file on a server through a jsp which is running on another server

 
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Hi guys,
I am involved in a project which is used for alliances between different sites.
Suppose there is site 'A' which is content provider to site 'B'.
Site A maintain a database of list of sites who wants A's
content.Now site A is creating a software which generates an
html page with the links to A's site for site B(i.e in B's
site content of site A is displayed.
This software should store the html page on B's site.
i.e B' server.
This software is running on A's server and should store the
html page on B's server i.e Software will be running on A's
server and should store html file in B's server.
How should i store the html page from A's server to B's server?
Any one please help .......
Thanx
Sagar
 
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The servlets in this problem are just clouding the issue. If you need a way to store or manipulate files on one machine from another, there are lots of ways to do it. You can share file systems between the machines using NFS or Windows Networking/SAMBA, you can use a general purpose file protocol like FTP, you can use a specific protocol like jFS, you can put some sort of server (CORBA, RMI, JINI or whatever) software on the destination machine to accept requests in your own format.
File sharing using NFS or Windows Networking is by far the easiest to do. Do you have any limitations on what you can or can't do?
 
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