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1. IOException

out = new FileOutputStream(file.getPath() + ".part[" + partNum++ + "]"); just before this line put in the following System.out.println(file.getPath() + ".part[" + partNum++ + "]") ; At a guess you're going to find that this is an invalid path and file name. Doesn't mean that the file you're expecting doesn't exist, it means that the fully qualified filename you're trying to ...

2. Premature EOF

3. reg IOException

4. reg IOException


6. Help with IOException and looping

8. unreported exception && I Have Try Catches

n0r3gr3tz wrote: i'm ususally good at this i've tried putting try catch blocks on everything even the buffered reader and the while statement That's not really "good at this." That carpet-bomb approach is a horribly ineffective way to program. What you need to do is understand the rules of exceptions. They're not that complicated, and once you know them, the answer ...

9. unknown IOException.

11. error 1450

I see that this is a documented bug, do we have a workaround for this bug? Or has it been fixed? I am on JDK 1.5 and the exception I am noticing is CreateProcess: getFreeDiskSpace C:error=1450 As you can see I can calling a windows api to get the amount of free disk space on the disk. Suggestions please.

12. IOException

The compiler message will tell you the line that contains the method that can throw an exception. That line must be placed in the try part of a try/catch block, or the method or constructor the line is part of must be declared to throw the same exception. Edited by: pbrockway2 on Aug 6, 2008 5:26 PM It really is quite ...

13. Not enough space

For example, suppose a 64-bit application is consuming 6 gigabytes (Gbytes) of VM at the moment, and it needs to create a subprocess to run the ls(1) command. The parent process issues a fork() call that will succeed only if there is another 6 Gbytes of VM available at the moment. If the system doesn't have that much VM available (which ...

14. throws IOException problem

15. CreateProcess:

Build.xml ...

16. the device is not ready

I am going to go out on a limb here and suggest that the exception is being thrown because the device is not yet ready. You might want to tell us more about what you are doing exactly and consider posting some code. I doubt you got something like that from a Socket..

17. IOException(String) not found?

Subject says it all. It's not too big of an issue, just an "Er, what?" thing, since IOException has been there since before the beginning. Yes, I am import-ing*. From javac on the console: cannot find symbol symbol : method IOException(java.lang.String) location: class DataStream throw IOException("getContent(): bad sync byte ("+buf[0] +")"); ^ java -version: C:\Documents and Settings\matt\Desktop>java -version java ...

18. IOException... Not accessible from other Methods

A variable declared within a method is not accessible beyond it, unless it is returned. I would suggest declaring some of you variables as class variables. If you were actually creating an instance of you class, then I would recommend using instance variables for them. Let me know if you work it out, given this information - I don't want to ...

19. IOException: cannot execute

20. IOException issue

public class Word_Reader { public static void main (String args[]) { try { InputStream is = new BufferedInputStream(new FileInputStream("test.doc")); WordExtractor wd = new WordExtractor(is); String text = wd.getText(); System.out.println(text); } catch(FileNotFoundException e1) { System.out.println("File does not exist."); } catch(IOException e2) { System.out.println("IO Exception"); } } } I get printed on console: "IOException". What is wrong in my code?

21. IOException and Error Codes

Hello, all. I'm working on an application which, at some point in its operation, will be doing quite a lot of file I/O. This I/O can potentially fail due to a number of different conditions (such as the disk being full, a file having reached its maximum size an underlying medium failure, and so on). In other languages, an I/O error ...

23. How to tell if IOException isa ECONNRESET?

24. IOException TooManyOpenFiles (File not Found) ???

Hi, Thanks for replies, I couldn't receive any e-mails for them so I saw your replies by luck but thanks again. @ warnerja I know that it is wrong to do something stupid like that but believe me I am fed up with the same "too many files" exception and error stack with it. So I changed it "later" than I ...

25. Permission denied

Hi All, Having a bit of trouble out of a school project. I need to save information to an XML file and read from it and put those values into fields. Writing to the file is no big deal, however I get a Permission Denied error when I attempt to read the data back in. My code is attached: private boolean ...

26. problem for IOException...

27. IOException

28. IOException

Properties props = new Properties(); props.put("", smtpHost); props.put("mail.smtp.auth", "true"); Authenticator auth = new SMTPAuthenticator(); Session session = Session.getDefaultInstance(props, auth); session.setDebug(debug); // create a message Message msg = new MimeMessage(session); // set the from and to address InternetAddress addressFrom = new InternetAddress(from); msg.setFrom(addressFrom); InternetAddress[] addressTo = new InternetAddress[recipients.length]; for (int i = 0; i < recipients.length; i++) addressTo = new InternetAddress(recipients);

30. FirstSample StreamConnection ioException

I got the sample FirstExample from the article: "MIDP Network Programming using HTTP and the Connection Framework" ( I compile it on Sun Java Studio Mobility 6 2004Q3. It is working being run from IDE, with emulatorw, with emulator of Motorola, but in a real device Motorola V600 it throws exception in line c = (StreamConnection); Browser of Motorola is ...


32. IOException - calling ptree in ProcessBuilder .ptree 8550: not found at java.lang.UNIXProcess.forkAndExec(Native Method) at java.lang.UNIXProcess.( at java.lang.ProcessImpl.start( at java.lang.ProcessBuilder.start( at ClearLogFiles.isAlive( at ClearLogFiles.sortFiles( at ClearLogFiles.main( - - - - Java Code - - - - - Process process = new ProcessBuilder("ptree" + pid).start(); I am trying to see if that process is running. Thanks in advance Thanks

33. missing return statement - throws IOException

34. cannot deserialize -IOException thrown

35. IOException

36. JAVA IOException uncatched Se ha forzado la interrupcin de una conexin existente por el host remoto at Method) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) The Code is this: if (key.isReadable()) { SocketChannel client = (SocketChannel) key .channel(); // Create buffer to read int BUFFER_SIZE = 2000; ByteBuffer buffer = ByteBuffer .allocate(BUFFER_SIZE); byte[] aReceivedByteArray = new byte[2000]; ...

37. org.jdesktop.jdic.init.JdicInitException: The filename

Hello, Maybe a bit of context would help to help you, such as... which method are you calling when JDIC raises this exception, and which is the file path that you pass in argument? And please write fully-spelled words, abbreviating everyday words such as "please" is not comfortable nor polite for your readers. Regards, J.