if you have a network drive mapped to the location it's no different from creating a file on a local disk.
If not, you're not going to do it, which is a good thing. Would you like anyone to create files on your computer from anywhere in the world just because your computer is connected to the internet?
define remote location....as said in the earlier post if there's a mapped network where you want to create a file its possible or if you want to create a file on an FTP server, again its possible using some FTP libs....what do you want to achieve ....probably then we may be able to help u..
which part of my first reply didn't you understand?
Just because you want something isn't going to make it happen, and asking the same thing again in different words isn't going to make it magically possible either.
Hello Once again ,
I have solved my problem although the implementation is somewhat tricky.
I dont know your name !!!! , huh plz let me know if you want to have a look at the implementation.
Thanks for your replies.
I did some like this some years ago:
Make a serializable object that contains file info to actue as protocol (that has the file size, name, remaining size......)
Send it in a stream open from server to client
The clients open it and open a port to receive the amount of bytes of the file, then send an ACK.
the server writes all the file to a stream to the specificated port
the client reads from port and writes to file.
I have not the code here but it worked fine, and doing the object protocol was very usefull