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Wrong Parenthesis in path (i.e. /app/SUNWappserver8\Report) can't be recognised in Sun Solaris?

Posted on 2007-09-28
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Last Modified: 2013-12-27
Hi, I have JSP application running on Sun App server in Sun Solaris OS. Just noticed that my application trying to retrieve some reports from 1 path, however the path that defined in my application had 1 wrong parenthesis. i.e. /app/SUNWappserver8/.../Report\ReportTemplate1.xls
I can still get the file when the JSP application is running in Windows XP. However, It gave me problem when it's implemented in Sun Solaris. The error is as follows:
java.io.FileNotFoundException: /app/SUNWappserver8/.../Report/Template\ReportTemplate1.xls (No such file or directory)

Is it a real problem in Solaris?

Question by:rospcc
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You should be File.separator to make the path platform independent.

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ID: 19978751
Can give me some example on how to use the File.separator? Thanks.
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Ajay-Singh earned 2000 total points
ID: 19978776
String path = "/app/SUNWappserver8/..." + File.separator + "Report" +
File.separator + "ReportTemplate1.xls";

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