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I'm using LINUX to develop a java application. I need to read a text file from a network, smb://servername/folder/textfile.txt. This path is readable on the Web Browser (Mozilla Firefox) but when I'm using the below code the output is false.
Java
File f = new File("smb://servername/folder/textfile.txt");
System.out.println(f.exists());

Please help. Thanks
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Updated 12-Mar-15 23:22pm
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Richard MacCutchan 12-Mar-15 14:08pm    
Then your path must be wrong.
hansoctantan 12-Mar-15 14:14pm    
i can view the text file on linux web browser
Richard MacCutchan 12-Mar-15 14:31pm    
Not enough information about what your problem is. Please edit your question and add some useful detail.
hansoctantan 12-Mar-15 14:38pm    
done
Richard MacCutchan 13-Mar-15 5:07am    
What is the "smb:" prefix on the path for?

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