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Thread: Obtaining File System in Use

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    Obtaining File System in Use

    Hi,

    I am writying a simple file manager and I need to know if there is a method to know what file system on a selected drive is used. (NTFS, JFS etc...)

    any help is appreciated

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    Default Re: Obtaining File System in Use

    Out of curiosity, why do you need that information?

    I don't think it's in either of these places, but you might want to take a look at the map returned from System.getenv(), or the methods in FileSystemView.
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    I use eCS (OS/2) and am using partitions formated in FAT32, NTFS, HPFS and JFS and would like that info shown when I select a partition.

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