How to write into a file under linux environment? The file is going to be written under /home/testing/temp with a file as "newFile.txt" How do I proceed? [ April 27, 2008: Message edited by: Gopu Akraju ]
Many ways to do it. Take a look at FileOutputStream, FileWriter, PrintWriter, etc API for more information.
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I tried as below: It works perfectly fine under windows environment. How do I it in Linux.
Below is the code which works under windows: outDir is from a Config file
The above code is working perfectly fine in windows and outFile gets written under c:\testing\temp with a file name for eg 2008-04-20_11-41-06.txt
In the linux machine if I change the config file as below: But a file name becomes \home\testing\temp\2008-04-27_09-39-48.txt under \home\testing\temp directory. And tehre is an error in opening too. What is wrong with hte approach? I have not worked with Linus before. Thanks. [ April 28, 2008: Message edited by: Gopu Akraju ]
To make your program work on Windows as well as Linux, you should use the constant File.separator instead of hard-coding / or \ in your program
Or always use a '/', which works under Windows, too. Could fail under some other arcane operating system, of course.
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