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    akshayshukla is offline Member
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    Default issues while saving a '.java' file in the bin.

    i have jdk 1.6 and jdk 1.7 version installed.when iam tring to store a .java file in any of these bins...a message prompts that says....

    "c:\program files\java\jdk1.6.0.23\bin\new.java
    you don't have permissions to save in this location.
    contact the administrator to obtain permission.

    would you like to save it MyDocument folder itself?"


    what should i do??

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    Default Re: issues while saving a '.java' file in the bin.

    The bin directory (folder) is not a good place to store your files. Put your files somewhere within your home directory.

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    Default Re: issues while saving a '.java' file in the bin.

    where should i make that other folder so that my java program works??

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    Default Re: issues while saving a '.java' file in the bin.

    Your OS already suggested a location to you.

    This isn't a Java question anyhow. Recent Windows versions disallow mucking around with the Program Files folder tree.

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