Do you need to walk the filesystem directory structure in your Xpages application? Use the easier way ...

David Marko  8 July 2013 07:00:00
Do you need to walk the filesystem directory structure in your Xpages application? You can start coding right now everything from scratch or use the helper function from JODD library

We have reported about some other JODD helpers previously here:
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Sending HTML emails wth images and attachments from your xPages application - JAVA way
Need to convert images (stored as an attachments on Lotus Notes documents) into text to be serializable via JSON ?
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JODD library contains the very nice and clever FindFile object, that can walk the filesystem for you and grab files and directories based on your configuration. See the quite easy code snippets below or navigate to documentation directly http://jodd.org/doc/findfile.html

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You can even ask FindFile to sort the results ... for example by file name and put folders first ...

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