Transfering Word document from Server to Client

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kroax
2013-04-05
2013-04-05
  • kroax
    kroax
    2013-04-05

    Hi,

    im evaluating if j-Interop fits our needs. Is it possible to write a Server Application that reads the doc files saved on its hard drive and opens them on a Client Windows Maschine? And what about the other way around? The user should be able to make changes to the file and after hitting "save" the file should be pushed back to the server.

    I have played a little bit around with it, but what i have accomplished is just opening a local Word document and make some changes programaticly. Could you give me a hint of how to start or where to look?

    thanks,
    kroax

     
    • Hi,

      Is it possible to do this using COM api on windows ?

      Thanks,
      Best regards,
      Vikram
      On Apr 5, 2013 7:00 PM, "kroax" kroax03@users.sf.net wrote:

      Hi,

      im evaluating if j-Interop fits our needs. Is it possible to write a
      Server Application that reads the doc files saved on its hard drive and
      opens them on a Client Windows Maschine? And what about the other way
      around? The user should be able to make changes to the file and after
      hitting "save" the file should be pushed back to the server.

      I have played a little bit around with it, but what i have accomplished is
      just opening a local Word document and make some changes programaticly.
      Could you give me a hint of how to start or where to look?

      thanks,
      kroax


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  • kroax
    kroax
    2013-04-05

    I have no experience whit (D)COM. But i guess it does somehow. The customer we are working for already has a Tool that does exactly this. But that tool is a desktop app and the customer wants it to be browser based (and browser indipendent).