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how do i read a csv file in jsf

 
Haythem Ben Yahia
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hi,
i have worked a lot and tried a lot of methods to read from a csv file.
i tried to import my file into a folder and then read from it.to do that i tried to import the csv file into my disk but it didn't work.
this is my javaBean code


this is my jsf page



and this is web.xml



please help me !!
 
Mohamed Sanaulla
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just search for csv parsing in java and pick any one API to parse the CSV.

One option is to use: http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-csv/
 
Tim Holloway
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Some helpful hints on file handling in Java:

1. Use "Unix"-style naming. For example:


That way you'll be better prepared if the production server runs Solaris or Linux or anything other than Windows. AND you won't risk getting zapped by stray backslashes!

2. Use the file constructor that builds directory file locations. Not this:
But this:


That way you don't have issues with (os-dependent) filename path separators.

 
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