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I am trying to assign the value of String buffer to an inout stream. Could someone please help me with this?
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ByteArrayInpoutStream in = new ByteArrayInputStream(stringbuffer.toString().getBytes());
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I tried the solution metioned above.For some reason,The starting letter is not being stored in the input stream.

For example:

String Buffer GS = "ABCDEFGHI"

when I read this into input stream

I see only "BCDEFGHI"

Can you please tell me why this is happening?

Thanks,
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how are you reading from the stream?
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ByteArrayInputStream ba = new ByteArrayInputStream(gs.toString().getBytes());

I am passing this value as a parameter

processZipEntry(ba, size,segDelim,elemDel,fromDDD,toDDD,profileName);  

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public static void processZipEntry(InputStream f, int size,char segDel,char elemDel ,Date fromDDDt,Date toDDDt,String profName ) {
      
      Vector v = new Vector();
      StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
          try {
                        
                  String stSlnValue = null;
                int sBegin = 0;
                size = size - HEADER_LENGTH;
          
              for (int i=0;i<size;i++){
   
                      char c = (char)f.read();
                     
                      sb.append(c);
                      if(sb.charAt(i) == segDel){
                            
                            System.out.println(" string value stSln :" + sb.toString().trim().substring(sBegin,i));
                                         
                         stSlnValue = sb.toString().trim().substring(sBegin,i) + elemDel + profName ;
                         
                         //System.out.println(" string value stSln :" + stSlnValue);
                         
                             if ((stSlnValue.toString().startsWith("GS*FA")) || (stSlnValue.toString().startsWith("ST")) || (stSlnValue.toString().startsWith("SLN"))){      
                             v.add(new String(stSlnValue));}
                                                         // if  
                             sBegin = i + 1;  
         
                                }//if condition
                         }   // for loop
     
        for (int j = 0; j< v.size(); j++) {
              
              System.out.println("Vector : " + v.elementAt(j));
              
              }
             
            } catch (Exception e) {System.out.println(" Error while reading file into the vector " );
                                     e.printStackTrace();} // end of try
  analizeLogs(v);
   sb = null;        
  v.clear();         

}// end of the method

Please let me know if you have any questions

Thanks for your help





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I found whi it is not reading the first character. It is because of this particular statement.

System.out.println(" BA : " + ba.read());


I really appreciate all your help!!

Thanks again,
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no worries :)
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