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QuestionHow to use JNI without setting Environment Variables Pin
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QuestionSending file though socket as byte[] Pin
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Question[Solved] Getting and setting a File's all attributes Pin
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Valentinor25-Sep-23 0:17
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This doesn't look all that hard to do in C++, which makes me believe that there might be a way to do it in Java as well. If it was locally only (on the same machine) then I could make a dll and copy the attribues that way as both the backup and restored files are on the same machine, but the app also has the Socket part and sending the C++ attributes might give a a headache when trying to crate the code, compared to just sending java objects.

Even so, this is good info, thanks!

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