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From fox1964 <hucho...@yahoo.com>
Subject How to Cache A Physical File
Date Wed, 07 Oct 2009 03:16:45 GMT

I have a large physical file downloaded to my server.   I'd like to cache the
file so that my program can read faster.  I've configured JCS properly.   I
can see the "mycache.key" and "mycache.data" files are updated every time I
use a string for both a key/value pair.    But how can I put a physical file
into cache?   Right now, I use an "FileInputStream" object to read the file,
and put into the cache.

FileInputStream input = new FileInputStream(file);

This seems to go thru without prompting any error message.   But when I
tried to retrieve it, I got a message "java.lang.NullPointerException" when 

I can see the mycache.key file updated, but can NOT see any updates in
mycache.data file by looking at the timestamp.

Any guru can show me what I may do wrong?   Or do you have any sample code
to do this?   Thanks a lot in advance.

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