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Piped Streams ( pipedinputstream and pipedoutputstream )

arun sharan
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Joined: Jun 06, 2006
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Could someone tell me why the pipe seems to close just after one call to write ?
I am using this along with Apache Commons exec, if you are interested in knowing why.


Henry Wong
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This is the Java I/O forum. It may be a good idea to ask this question in another forum -- maybe a forum for groovy?

Anyway... moving this to the groovy forum.

Henry


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Mark Spritzler
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Looks like a duplicate post.

Please do not duplicate post, just one forum one post. Thanks for understanding.

Closing this thread.

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