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Saving a Inputstream to file

 
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Hi,
I am saving a inputstream to a temp File (for accessing the stream more than once). But I think thats a kind of "ugly" code. Is there a better way to implement this?

Here the code:


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You can gain some performance speed by using buffers for copying. So instead of

use

Varying the buffer size can improve speed even more.
Also try wrapping the reader in a BufferedReader and read from that.

Perform multiple tests to see which one is best for you.
 
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