Re: File transfer
Greg R. Broderick wrote:
"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> wrote in
I allready solved the problem. I simply renamed the File:
File dest = new File(pathFile + "/DestFolder/" + file);
File src = new File(pathFile + "/" + file);
boolean a = src.renameTo(dest);
This usually won't work if the destination directory is on a different device
(i.e. a different hard disk from the source directory.
Try again. :-)
I think what Greg means is that this only copies from a folder to one of
it's sub-folders. For example this will work
But this won't:
To fix this, you need another variable, one completely independent from
pathFile. Call it destPathFile or something. It must be supplied by
the user, either on the command line or from a dialog box. Something like
File dest = new File( destPathFile +"/" + file );
File src = new File( pathFile + "/" + file );
That way, the source and destination paths can be completely different.
(And I would rename pathFile to srcPathFile, but I kept them the same
in my example just to be clear what I was changing.)
Hope this helps. ^_^
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