Internet Explorer's JScript (only) lets you write
to the Windows file system by means of the harmless execCommand() function. It is possible in IE in certain circumstances to use ActiveX objects to access the directory and read
files. This is not recommended for a variety of reasons.
Thanks for the reply, Its well appreciated.
How would I print to a text file using AJAX ?
Any code examples for that ?
I have tried this with no luck...
http.onreadystatechange = updateNewContent;