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browsing for folders

browsing for folders

browsing for folders


I need a dialog box that just browse for folders. How can i achieve this.



RE: browsing for folders

If this is a Java question, please post it in the pure Java forum269: Java (Sun)


RE: browsing for folders

Hi timw,

actually i'm using a jsp page. Before this i was using input type="file" for browsing for file.Now i need to browse folders.



RE: browsing for folders

Then please put as much info in your original post. Just saying 'dialog box' could mean Swing/AWT/SWT/JSP(via HTML/Javascript) or not Java at all. We're not mind-readers. For JSP questions use forum695: Sun: Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP). However, what you're asking has nothing to do with Java, rather it's an HTML question. A JSP page just generates the content, the actual nature of that content is HTML (forum215: HTML, XHTML & CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)).


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