java permissions for files on server with html
I have written an extensive java program that works on my unix workstation.
When I try to use it on a webserver, I run into permission problems when
read files. I wanted to read the files on the SAME server where I store
the classes and html. However, now I find out that java must be COMPILED
with these file paths verbatim or the files are not accessible.
Is there a way to read server copies of files? I was previously using
HTML with <PARAM NAME=model VALUE="xyz"> and letting the java program read
based on the 'model' parameter.
rather than passing in a model name? The java program currently uses the
name and appends file attributes, like:
xyz.animate, xyz.macros, xyz.ordering, etc. How else can I read these files
and generate these files later for xyz, abc, efg, etc.?
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