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    Apache Explorer Script

    Hi!
    This is my first day here. I use this site for a while.
    I've downloaded a lot of applets and scripts.
    I need a Java Script/Applet that gets a file list from an Apache Server
    and shows it in own design, like a Java Explorer, for a web page. But to have own Style for icons, labels and background.
    Thank you very much ( in advance )

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    You need to use a server side code to do it, JavaScript can not do it.

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    ok...
    no matter...
    gues i have to write MANY MANY html's with filenames and links...

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    Quote Originally Posted by A1ien51
    You need to use a server side code to do it
    but a Java applet might be able to. Java has network abilities, so it's possible it could communicate with the server to retrieve file information.

    if you try the Java forum you might get a response. better still google on "java server file access" or something similar.
    *keep it simple (TM)

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    it should be noted Java is a high-level programming language with a steep learning curve, and creating a mini-FTP thin client is not to be sniffed at for a Java newbie let alone a JS one.

    it is possible you could buy one that would do everything you need. have you considered that?
    *keep it simple (TM)

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    If you're running Apache, you might want to ask about this in the PHP forum. It's a lot simpler than Java and I'm pretty sure that you'll get an answer you can use there.
    Check out the Forum Search. It's the short path to getting great results from this forum.


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