1. What is the best practice for the location of Java application configuration files? stackoverflow.com
Is there a best practice for where configuration files should be stored in a Java project. The file type is a Java properties file in this case, but I do use ...
3. Java select a file location stackoverflow.com
I'm not sure if this is even possible as I can't find anything about it after quite a few Google searches. What I would like to do is on event open up ...
4. How do i pass a file location as a param in java stackoverflow.com
5. In Java, what is the default location for newly created files? stackoverflow.com
In Java, what is the default location for newly created files?
6. exec, files location problem stackoverflow.com
In my jar application I do some calculations in exe program. When files and program.exe was in the same dir I used this command:
and it worked ...
7. specifying the location for file stackoverflow.com
I need to give a default location for the user to store the file. like "/Users/username/Desktop". How to give the location for a file? Below code will generate the file in ...
8. date by location coderanch.com
hi all in my application program , i need to get a date by column & row values from file , is this possible , is there an api supports (java 1.4.2)if please help me in this i am giving you the sample file and i underline date value by dash's(-),column and row values changes file by file (row value is ...
9. File's location? coderanch.com
10. File location problem coderanch.com
Hi, I am using a Tomcat4.1...This is the problem that I am facing: I have a exe which is to be run by the servlet.The exe uses the files in the current directory and generates files in the current directory. But I have no idea which is the current directory from which the servlet is executed. I tried placing them in ...
11. how to getcursor to first location of file? coderanch.com
// open file junk for reading and writing RandomAccessFile f = new RandomAccessFile("junk", "rw"); // open crud for reading only RandomAccessFile ff = new RandomAccessFile("crud", "r"); //To append information to a RandomAccessFile, seek to the end of the file: f.seek(f.length()); //The beginning of a file is considered position 0. Therefore, to seek to the beginning of a file, use: f.seek(0);
12. How to cut a file from one location coderanch.com
13. Correct location of language properties bundle files coderanch.com
Hi everyone. I'm reading a little bit about resource bundles and i would like to ask where is the correct location of the .properties files? I tried to put them in the WEB-INF path, but i receive and exception. It works only when i put .properties file somewhere in my class packages. Is it possible to put them in other places ...
14. How not to hard-code file location in java? coderanch.com
15. Determining the location of the file coderanch.com
Web apps have no concept of a "default directory", so you can't use relative paths for files. You either need to use absolute paths, or -for directories inside your web app directory- use ServletContext.getRealPath(...). Oh, now I see it's about the compiler error - "new File(...)" throws that exception, so you need to handle it properly (using a try/catch block).
16. File Location java-forums.org
I'm having to do a class project, and the idea of a file location baffles me. I think i'll be able to finish the project myself (got a friend that knows what he is doing) - but i'm curious if someone could explain what it all means in easy to understand words :D The result is supposed to look like this: ...
17. Getting to original File location java-forums.org
18. Getting the exact location of the config files java-forums.org
19. getProperty and file location forums.oracle.com
Create a Properties object and add that entry to it. Then use Properties.save() to produce your properties file. If you don't do that then you have to modify your output to follow the escaping rules required for properties files. You could read about them in the API documentation for Properties, but you really don't want to be writing code that does ...
20. File missing in specified location (I/O) forums.oracle.com
Thanks DrClap , If I put quotes around the location then I wont be utilizing String location. May be I think the other way to figure out which is the preselected location where I just need to drop the my file and it is read would be to write a new file and see where it gets generated. Thanks
21. Specifying a file location forums.oracle.com
22. File Location Problem forums.oracle.com
hello this is only a newbie question. I have organized my java file into a folder and sub folder e.g. c:\proj\main.java c:\proj\frame\frmMain.java when i compile main.java it doesn't detect frmMain.java how to specify the location of frmMain.java because in c\c++ you just put #include c:\proj\frame\sample.c but i can't use import c:\proj\frame\frmMain.java. Thanks guys.
23. file location forums.oracle.com
I have a program in a package that I know works properly. I had to add a functionality to it that involves reading in a file. That works as well, but only if I do not package the classes and instead put everything in the same directory. I need it to be able to find the file when using the package. ...
24. Problem: '\' character of file location disappears forums.oracle.com
I would like to try that too.... but I dont know how to do it.... I am simply selecting the file and passing the location as String.... Is it ok to change the backslash character using 'replace' function? If yes.. do I have to again escape the backslash character when I pass it as argument to the replace method?
25. having trouble with file location forums.oracle.com
I see flaming others must be a part of Oracle's environment... weird, I though it was a very respectable organization, perhaps it is. Edited by: kybbles on May 10, 2010 1:11 PM Edited by: kybbles on May 10, 2010 1:13 PM Edited by: kybbles on May 10, 2010 1:21 PM Edited by: kybbles on May 10, 2010 1:22 PM
26. file location in src forums.oracle.com
Hi all, i am developing an i/o application. And I need some advice. When i make my application .exe file my source files is not placing in src. There are two files (.txt and . xml) that i am reading and writing. And i want these files placed in src folder so i can hide them in .exe. But when i ...
27. Create a file in remote location forums.oracle.com
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?
28. Jasper report - location of jrxml files forums.oracle.com
I designed some reports with iReport / Jasper report. It all works fine while running it under the netbeans IDE, but once I generate a dist and start the application from the .jar file, the reports don't print. I guess it can't find the jrxml and the jasper files. I tried copying the files to various locarions - on the root, ...
29. files location to be accessible with getResource forums.oracle.com
Hi I have a web application running on tomcat. Application structure in IDE is like: Basedir/src Basedir/myFiles Basedir/Webcontent . Some of my java files need access files in Basedir/myFiles f.i : File f = new File("myFiles/xyx.txt"); This work too! Preparing for deploying to the tomcat I forced to move myFiles directory to a "package" in Basedir/src/myFiles and changing the way to ...
30. File's location? forums.oracle.com
31. Create a file on client location forums.oracle.com
Hi All, I am developing an application that is running on Tomcat server. As a part of project, we are using document management system based on web service. Now, when I get a file from document management system, I need to store it on the client machine which has actually asked for the file. User require to save that file without ...