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I had a servlet that was writing html output using;

ServletOutputStream out = response.getOutputStream();
out.println(" ... ");
etc...

I changed this to:
ServletOutputStream out = response.getOutputStream();
OutputStreamWriter outputWriter = new OutputStreamWriter(out);
outputWriter.write(" ... ");
etc...

Now when I browse to the Servlet I get _most_ of the HTML printed to my browser, but the output seems to stop after a certain number of characters.  Is there something wrong with the way I'm using OutputStreamWriter; odes it have a finite buffer size?


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try doing a flush() after you've written all the output
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