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Where to write a file in Tomcat 8 and Servlet /JSP on my Hard Disk ?
Hi all, I want to write my.properties file. My query is that “In which path it should be created”. I have installed glassfish on my Linux 14.04 machine on this path: /opt/glassfish4 and created the file my.properties at: /opt/glassfish4/glassfish/domains/swManzana/config/my.properties
UnlimitedFTP Servlet - HTTP Tunneling for Unlimi-Tech Applets
UnlimitedFTP Servlet is the unsung hero of many a file-based web application. Although invisible to the end-user, the servlet offers an easy way to bypass firewall and proxy server issues when using our Java applets. In short, communication between the end-user and UnlimitedFTP Servlet happens over HTTP, and the servlet communicates with the FTP server on behalf of the user. The implications of this are that virtually any machine with access to the public internet can transfer files to your FTP server, and that exposing the FTP Server to the public internet becomes optional. If your government or enterprise clients have ever told you that their FTP usage is restricted, or if you can’t afford to miss a transfer due to a user’s firewall, you will understand the value of the UnlimitedFTP Servlet.
Eie-manager - web file manager
This web file manager runs as a server and features a keyboard oriented user interface that can be accessed through a browser either locally or remotely. However, Eie-manager fully supports mouse operation as well. The web based file manager can be used to manage web servers, access files over http on remote systems, share files and more. Eie-manager can be embedded into other Java based web applications to provide extra functionality such as access to log and configuration files. Eie-manager is extended with plugins that provide access to different types of hierarchial content such us file systems, local or remote, repositories (CVS, SVN), databases and catalogs.
WebbyFiles (for the Java Platform)
This Servlet allows groups of users to easily share and manage a central repository of files and folders by using any standard Web browser. Can be used as: a repository for team projects; a substitute for FTP; to create private download areas. It allows performing all file management operations: - upload and download. - deletion, copy, move and rename of files and folders. - adding notes to the files. - setting permissions for groups and folders. - sending notifications to groups of users. It has been tested on: - J2EE engines like: Tomcat, JBoss, Resin ... - Databases like: Oracle , SQL Server, MySQL, SAP DB .... It supports localization: english, spanish, german and more to come. The source code is available.
Rad File Manager - Java Edition
The Rad File Manager is a file manager Web application that has the look and feel of an FTP client, but uses the HTTP protocol. Since information about each uploaded file is stored in a database, it can be easily integrated with existing Web sites and applications.
With FilesOnTheGo you save all the hassle of carrying your laptop or worrying about bringing the right documents with you. All you need is a computer with access to the Internet to begin remotely accessing your documents anywhere, anytime. FilesOnTheGo allows users to access, view, modify, and print documents in various formats stored in their computer, remotely. Once the necessary changes have been made, users can upload and save the modified documents back to its original location. FilesOnTheGo is a great low-cost alternative to high-priced remote document management and access software.
Jsp file browser
This JSP program allows remote web-based file access and manipulation. You can upload, copy, create, move, delete and unpack files. Text files can be edited and groups of files and folders can be downloaded as a single zip file that is created on the fly. You can restrict file access to certain directories only or forbid it in certain directories (white or blacklist). It is also possible to execute shell commands on the server. Since the latest version you can also change it to a read-only version or use it like an upload center. It should work with every Jsp1.1 compatible Server (like Tomcat>=3.0, Resin or Jetty).
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