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A problem about jar ....

jhun kam
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Joined: Dec 05, 2001
Posts: 18
I'm not sure where my problem fits, but because it's related to EJB, i post it here .
Here is the situation :
I want to apply for a job. The company requires the applicants to create an EJB application implementing an interface given by the company. From my application, i will get the home object, create the ejb object, and pass my data by calling the corresponding method.
Then, i need to jar them all(classes, my CV) and upload the jar-bundle to them, via their upload-servlet@their web page. My app will get executed there, and the if any runtime errors occur, they'll get printed on my browser.
Here's my problem :
One of the required method in my class was meant to read my CV which is in word-format.
jobApplication.setCurriculumVitae(byte[] buff);
The buff represents my CV.doc binary. Here comes the problem. How do i read my data from a file which is inside a jar file ?
I've tried several ways. I've tried out the plain FileInputStream which results in FileNotFoundException. I've tried out ClassLoader.getSystemResourceAsStream("CV.doc"), and it apparently returns null. Please help.
Vels Manian
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Joined: Jun 28, 2001
Posts: 22
Hi,
You have to use JarInputStream for this. Follow the steps and u can easily read the file..
1) Create a JarInputStream for the jar file..
2) Get the ZipEntry from the stream and check for ur CV.doc.
3) Create a ZipFile and get the InputStream for the file by passing the ZipEntry to the getInputStream().
Hope u can proceed after this..
Best wishes.. lemme know if u get the job..
Cheers
Vels
jhun kam
Greenhorn

Joined: Dec 05, 2001
Posts: 18
Thanks for the idea, i'm still trying here ... I'll let you know my progress.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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