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    Default Accessing client file system

    Hello all,

    One of my friends is trying to find a solution to this problem. Any suggestion from anyone could be of great help.
    This is the issue: There is a web application which is deployed in a server and the application is invoked via a client's browser. Now the developer wants access to the client's local file system. To be more precise, he wants to delete a file from the client's file system. He has complete access and rights in the client machine to delete stuff. All he has now, is just a client browser through which he wants to delete a file. We are not sure how to go about doing this or whether it is feasible to do...
    Any solution??

    Thanks,
    R

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    You can use applets to delete files on the client side. Check the following document:

    Chapter 3 -- Applet Security Restrictions

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