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Tomcat 4.1 - Setting Folder Read/Write Permission

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I am having 2 servers, one running Tomcat 4.1 hosting a Java application, while the other server is running IIS which hosts another backend service.
First of all, my Java app will write a dynamically-generated file onto a certain subfolder under Tomcat. Afterwards, I need to pass the URL (IP + directory + filename) of that file to an ASP file resided on the IIS of another machine to read and perform some logic.
Therefore I would like to ask the way to set up Tomcat such that it grants the permission to read/write from/to a specific directory prior its startup.
Thanks so much in advance!
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