Mac java file not found


I would like to know how to reference this file, and also maybe why it takes out 2 of the slashes. Many thanks in advance, Jacqueline Snook.

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Jul 17 ' Post Reply. Share this Question. Fahd Shariff. The name of the file you pass to the FileInputStream must be the path name in the file system. What you opened in the web browser is a URL. Either pass in just the file-path i. Incidentally that's why it strips out the two slashes from the start of the URL - it automatically removes what are considered as superfluous separators in the path. Thanks a bunch guys!!

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I have sorted that problem out now - time to move on to the next one!!! This discussion thread is closed Start new discussion. Now, my Mac machine allows to create folders and file names containing special characters, while Windows does not. The application where I am having the problem is running on Windows and it needs to read and delete the file created by Mac machine.

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So, the problem arises when the file path has special characters. Some observations: Paul Clapham. I like All that business about Macs and special characters is completely irrelevant. It means what it says. I wanted to come up with as much detail as I thought would be necessary.

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    Is it running as a service in Windows? The application is a simple Java Application, that runs always. The user I am using, has access to the share. No, it is not a service.

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    It is a Process. I am working on fixing a bug where it fails to read only from the files which have incorrect syntax according to Windows. If you would be kind enough to read the Exception detail I posted twice, it says, "The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect" but that is the actual path for my file, just that I created it from Mac.

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    Makes sense? Bear Bibeault. If you are going to be reading files on multiple platforms, you should only use the subset of characters in filenames that are legal for all platforms.