RE: Saving XML files

Subject: RE: Saving XML files
From: Tarkanyi Ferenc <Ferenc@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 15:37:22 +0100

although the question is out of the topic of this list, the answer:
If you run an Java program in the browser java security does not allow
to access local files.
It can run as a standalone Java application only.
However, there are browsers where you can overrule the default security.
Try to look at your browser settings.

Ferenc Tarkanyi

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Bernd.Loepmeier@xxxxxx [SMTP:Bernd.Loepmeier@xxxxxx]
> Sent:	Friday, December 18, 1998 1:40 PM
> To:	XSL-List@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject:	Saving XML files
> Hello,
> I have a little problem and I hope someone can help me.
> I want to edit a xml-file with input-fields and save it to the server
> or to
>  the local harddisk. I tried to write a Java-Applet to create and open
>  a file on my harddisk and then I want to store my xml-data in it.
> Running
> the applet with a Java Compiler the Java-Applet works, but when I
> create a HTML-Page that loads my applet it doesn't work.
> Does anyone know if it is possible generally? How do I have  to
> configure
> my Security properties? Are there any other ways to save a
> modified xml-File on my Server or local HD?
> best regards
> Bernd Löpmeier
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