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Can I get local drives of server

 
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Can any body help in resolving this problem:
I want to get the local drives of the web server using JSP.
And when i pass the particular file(server drive d:\amit\a.html) name from the server to the client in the form of anchor tag
(<a href="d:\amit\a.html">a.html</a> )when client clicks this link it should be able to show the particular document residing on the physical drive of the server
Thanks in advance, send code if possible
 
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I am also confused. So when a remote client right click to "see" the link, it will appear as "d://some.html" inseatd of www.mysite.com/some.html?
 
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