look, I don't known why you can't save your java resource files in C:\\, but I can explain you what I did with the rights the last time I reinstall my Laptop, I'm running my PC with Windows 8 Pro 64 bit, look, let me explain you what I did:
1 - Right Click on the System Drive (C)
2 - Properties
3 - Security
4 - Advanced
5 - Auditing and Continue
6 - Add your user name to the list and give them all the rights
7 - Ready
i have a problem where, i need to import a file and check the whole coding byte by byte ,then comparing ,but how to do that with dynamic array. as i want to just list all the used file used in an array of list item dynamically.
i want to store the name of the file from code which are being used by my project so , how to dynamically store those file name in a array so that i can get the value of all of the list in a single column .
any idea !