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From Mario Ivankovits <>
Subject Re: [VFS] FileContentInputStream
Date Wed, 13 Apr 2005 06:36:57 GMT
Hello Darren!

>public InputStream returnStream(FileObject myfile) throws Exception{
>FileContent fc = FileObject.getFileContent();
>InputStream result = fc.getInputStream();
>Return result;
>Public void doSomething(FileObject myfile){
>InputStream is = returnStream(myfile);
>//do something with is
>This method results in non-working code because as soon as you leave the
>method (or you call fc.close()) the FileContent object and related
>FileContentInputStream innerclass disappears and the InputStream becomes
>nothing.  Before reporting this as a bug, wondering if anyone else has
>any thoughts on this?
Sorry, I dont get it.
What do you mean by "disappears" and "becomes nothing"?

*) If you close the filecontent, all streams created by the current 
thread will be closed.
*) If you close the inputStream only this stream will be closed and 
detached from the current thread

Do you get any exception?
What "scheme" do you have a problem with?


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