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- 07-28-2009, 10:22 AM #1Member
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Creating Virutal File System from given information
I have a particular problem...I need suggestion or some code to how to handle my problem.
I am given a piece of information in form of array of string
the string contains somelike this
String id = new String;
id = "ser4\\PRoJ\\MODULES\\1.jsp";
id = "ser4\\PRoJ\\COMMON\\2.jsp";
id = "ser2\\CHeC\\BEANS\\3.jsp";
id = "ser3\\PRoJ\\MODULES\\date\\4.jsp";
I need to create a virtual directory system.....and show it in from a webpage in jsp...... were for say on first open the user sees -
two links .... "ser4" and "ser2"
wen user clicks on "ser4" link
it shows "PRoJ" link on clicking on these it shows "MODULES" & "COMMON" links and on clicking on "MODULES" it shows "1.jsp" "2.jsp" "DATE" and so on.
and will show a path on the top from where to where he has traversed....(like naviagation link)
anyone have any idea how can i put up these. (Data i provided are subject to change but the pattern wil remain the same)
Please do reply. Suggestion are welcomed
Thanks and regards.
- 09-27-2009, 02:32 AM #2
so you would mean virtual file system like a kind of virtual path, that is the jsp pages content are stored not on the real file system. but perhaps in a database. (aside from the larger problem of needing to go and customize the JSP parser to be able to do this, it is possible with the Jasper compiler from Tomcat.) , the display of html from a database backed file store is possible.
where you invent a node table that represents your directory, parent directory, so that selecting the entries where parentdirectory = ? shows the file at the current virtual directory.
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