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From David Smith <d...@cornell.edu>
Subject Re: access files from jsp
Date Tue, 29 Apr 2008 17:51:31 GMT
Here's the picture you painted in the original email and I based my 
answer on:

1. You have a jsp file on a tomcat server which needs to read 
information from a remote system
2. The system containing the remote file has a webserver you could put 
the file in.

The c:import tag is a java standard tag library (JSTL) tag used to 
import data form locations outside the jsp.  In this case, I'm saying 
you could request the file from the remote webserver.  Google is your 
friend if you'd like more information.

If I've misunderstood your environment, please provide a *lot* more 
detail -- specifically more information regarding the system the remote 
file reside's on (does it have a web server?).

--David

henry human wrote:
>
>   
>> Seems to me the simplest is the c:import tag and
>>     
> sorry,I don't understand what you mean, could you tell
> more detailed. Maybe a little code code, a sample, etc
>   
>> fetch the file via http
>>     
> how?? 
>   
>> -- just my two cents.   You know more about your
>> architecture and what's 
>> available than any of us.
>>     
> ??
> what
> should be configured in tomcat ?
> Do you mean that i do not need tomcat at all for this
> scenario?
> I think it is not possible to read from the 
> hard disc directories f.i. d:\archive\files without
> helps of a web server ?
>
> I am appreciated, if you get a sample, more details!
>   
>> --David
>>
>> henry human wrote:
>>     
>>> Once again because there was a mistake in the
>>>       
>> first
>>     
>>> email :
>>>  i am about to read from a JSP the data at a
>>>  remote computer. At remote computer is tomcat
>>>  running. the files are stored in 
>>>  remote computer at
>>>  d:\archive\files 
>>>  The port 80 is also accessible.
>>>  Please tell me, what should be 
>>> configured in tomcat to 
>>>  be able to access the files
>>>  ?
>>>  
>>> I am thankful for any hint
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>      
>>>       
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