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create a file in the root directory

 
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Hi,
based on some user action I need to create a file on the server inside the project's root directory. The url of my application is :
http://localhost:8080/Desk/Desk.html.

The name of the file is DeskItems.xml.

I tried to get the application Context path and appended that to the file name by using :
getServletContext.getPath("/") + "/DeskItems.xml";

But this approach is not working and I get an exception saying FileNotFound. I am using Tomcat server.

Please help me out in resolving this issue.
 
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Look at the ServletContext getRealPath() method JavaDocs.

Bill
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