Access text file on a network

Reuben Rivera rkrivera at earthlink.net
Sun Dec 24 11:02:21 CST 2006


Thanks for your reply.  After playing with your script I added the  
following and
was able to use it as a way of determining the filepath for any text  
file anywhere
on our network.

  answer file "Choose network file..."
  put it into someFile
  IF someFile is empty THEN exit to top
  put the longfilepath of it into message box

Thanks again for you help!
Reuben
On Dec 23, 2006, at 9:17 PM, David Bovill wrote:

> If you can see the network drive from the local computers finder /  
> windows
> explorer - ie because the network drive is mounted then Rev can use  
> the
> systems file dialogue to locate this for you:
>
>  answer file "Choose network file..."
>  put it into someFile
>  if someFile is empty then exit to top
>
> If this is not the case you need the network comuter to send the  
> info about
> what files and folders are there to the local computer and  
> therefore Rev -
> for instance by having the files served by ftp - then using Revs  
> built in
> ftp commands or by having the files served by a local web server  
> (Apache on
> OSX) and fetchi the urls that are displayed in the web browser to  
> get a
> directory listing...
>
> Hope that gives you some pointers... otherwise you can have tow Rev  
> apps
> talking to each other over sockets...
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