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1. Create a temporary directory in Java    stackoverflow.com

Is there a standard and reliable way of creating a temporary directory inside a Java application? There's an entry in Sun's issue database, which has a bit of code ...

2. how can I create a temporary folder in java?    stackoverflow.com

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Create a temporary directory in Java
Duplicate: stackoverflow.com/questions/375910 Is there a way of creating a temporary folder in java ? I know of File's ...

3. delete temporary file in java    stackoverflow.com

I'm creating temporary file in java but i'm unable to delete it. This is the code I have written:

temp = File.createTempFile("temp", ".txt");
fileoutput = new FileWriter(temp);
buffout = new BufferedWriter(fileoutput);

4. how we can save a file as temporary basis    stackoverflow.com

how we can save a file as temporary basis i have a xml file it is in encrypted mode i want to decrypt it .but i want it doesn't save on disk ...

5. Can not create a temporary file    stackoverflow.com

I am using this piece of code to create a temporary file:

String tmpDirectoryOp = System.getProperty("java.io.tmpdir");
File tmpDirectory = new File(tmpDirectoryOp);
File fstream = File.createTempFile("tmpDirectory",".flv", tmpDirectory);
FileOutputStream fos = new FileOutputStream(fstream);
DataOutputStream dos=new DataOutputStream(fos);

dos.writeChars("Write something");


But there ...

6. Is storing temporary files into JackRabbit a good idea?    stackoverflow.com

does anobody know how much overhead jackrabbit has, in comparison with pure FS persistence ? I'm using it for a CMS project, but I also have to persist temporary files (that unfortunately ...

7. Removing temporary files    coderanch.com

I don't know if I am posting at right place, so my apologies if its not I have a problem regarding removing my temporary files once they are sendt to or viewed by the client.Now I can't call delete afetr sending because I don't know till when the user clicks the save button.So I need some way to figure that out ...

8. JDK leaves temporary files undeleted, can they be safely deleted?    coderanch.com

My notebook boots 2 operating systems, windows XP, 2000 Server and Red Hat Linux 9.0. It turns out that I spend more time on XP and as such it has so many installed applications and I am regularly seeking ways to free up space on the hard drive. I have observed that the JDK places a space consuming setup application in ...

9. Writing to a temporary file in Memory    coderanch.com

Hi, Greetings! I have this method that accepts an empty Jdom document as an input argument. There is also a String variable which contains the XML stuff which I need to add to the Jdom document. For eg: public static Document loadXML(Document jDoc, String strTags) String will contain- strTags = "SumonM"; I add this string to my Jdom document and my ...

10. unable to locate the Temporary file    coderanch.com

Hi there, See the code below. Please help, I am unable to locate the Temporary file "pattern.txt" after execution in UNIX environment. thanks siva import java.io.*; import java.net.*; class Test { public static void main(String[] args ){ try { // Create temp file. File temp = File.createTempFile("pattern", ".txt"); // Delete temp file when program exits. // temp.deleteOnExit(); // Write to temp ...

11. Creating a Temporary File    coderanch.com

Hi all I would like to create a temporary text file,and it should open up when the text file is created. here is my code to create a temp file try { File temp = File.createTempFile("Properties","txt"); temp.deleteOnExit(); BufferedWriter out = new BufferedWriter(new FileWriter(temp)); out.write("aString"); out.close(); } catch (Exception ex) { ex.printStackTrace(); } Please tell me if this is correct And can ...

12. Path for Temporary Directory    coderanch.com

Thanks for your idea's ranches.. I tried using: File f=File.createTempFile("temp",null); it works fine... But my doubts are: 1) whether i can create a folder inside that tmp directory( which is available in all OS) rather than storing alone the files commonly? 2) i do not find java.io.tmdir package in my system. Am using both open suse and windows xp

13. Is overriding finalize () a convenient way to delete temporary files?    coderanch.com

Hello to you all: This is the first time that I've felt the "need" of overriding the finalize () method. But I've doubts about the right manner of doing it, and even about if it's what I need or not. I've written a class which needs to create one or several temporary files. These must exist until the instance is no ...

14. temporary files are not getting deleted    forums.oracle.com

I never used them last year because I only found out about there existance about 4 Months ago. And guess what I have never used normal statements for something like that again. Only time I use a normal Statement is when I run that query only once, and no the entire query is hardcoded so no need for any worries due ...

16. "Keep temporary files on my computer" option    forums.oracle.com

Can anyone tell me different between JRE 1.6 and JRE 1.5? And what is "Keep temporary files on my computer" option? When I un-check this option (JRE 1.6.0_03), my applet runs ok. But If I check this option and clear caching, my applet sometimes hangs up at the first time. I get error below: java.io.FileNotFoundException: http://loadbal1.amr.smtf.ds/netgcontent/NG/Content/NLS_Content/en_US_44003/en_US_44003_Sim2.nll at sun.net.www.protocol.http.HttpURLConnection.getInputStream(Unknown Source) at java.net.URL.openStream(Unknown ...

17. how to delete the temporary internet files .    forums.oracle.com

When in insert data its inserted into table but its not reflected in the browser when i view the page ,but i when close and open the browser again its cuming correctly(not cums when i click refresh) its the problem bcoz of the temporary internet files cud anyone suggest me with proper solution.

18. Deleting temporary file problem    forums.oracle.com

19. deleting temporary files    forums.oracle.com

20. create a temporary file..    forums.oracle.com

21. Read/write temporary files    forums.oracle.com

I was looking in System.getProperties() for a directory where I could create some files. The directory must fulfil the following criteria: 1. Be sure it is read/write 2. Be sure that any invocation of the VM on the machine will land in the same directory. Obviously, user.home seems to fulfil 1 but not 2. java.io.tmpdir also points to a subdirectory of ...