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How to write a file on our local machine using Web Dynpro

Hi All,

can somebody provide me with a piece of code using which i can write a file on my local machine as i am only able to write a file on my server.

Regards

Siddharth

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    Former Member
    Feb 02, 2007 at 10:22 AM

    siddharth,

    This is not possible using WebDynpro.

    You must use signed Java applet or ActiveX/Plugin for this

    VS

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    • Former Member

      Hi Valery,

      Can you please specify how using applet or ActiveX Plugins i can achive my aim. Please provide some documents which i can use to implement it.

      Regards

      Siddharth

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    Former Member
    Feb 06, 2007 at 05:02 PM

    Maybe you mean FileDownload functionality?

    WD application creates some file and provides the user with link to download the file.

    Writing something to client without user's approval is not a good manner.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Dzmitry,

      I know that writing something on client machine without his/her permission is a bad practise but i want to use GUI UPLOAD function module rapped into a RFC to read a file and for this purpose i need the file to be present on users local machine. I know the File Download functionality. one more thing i wanted to know is can i use the RMI concepts to fetch a file from server to my local machine in my Web dynpro application.

      Regards

      Siddharth