the sandbox of your browser: you can't access the local file system
because of this sandbox architecture.
On Dec 30, 8:27 am, Rubini <rubinikuttyomku...@gmail.com> wrote:
> jc <jc.chandru@...> writes:
> > I check the fileupload widget, but it show only the filename correctly
> > not full path.
> > it show c:/fakepath/filename. I need to read and wirte a file in a
> > local directory. Send me a
> > sample code if you have.
> > On Dec 28, 8:43 pm, Ben Imp <benlee...@...> wrote:
> > > You would be looking for the FileUpload widget, which just wraps a
> > > html file input element.
> > > -Ben
> > > On Dec 28, 2:15 am, jc <jc.chan...@...> wrote:
> > > > Hi,
> > > > i am new to GWT, but i know java. I am using GWT in Eclipse. for
> > > > selecting a file in local directory in java, we use JFileChooser.
> > > > but i don't know to select a file in a local directory in GWT. can any
> > > > one help please.
> can anyone help me to read and write a file in a local directory . The file
> Upload widget is by default having a text box. how to disable the text box? .
> In chrome the text box is not editable while in IE i am able to edit it. how to
> disable the editing feature of file Upload-TxtBox in various browsers
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