Re: Tomcat can't 'see' new files

Dave Miller <>
Sun, 15 Mar 2009 17:36:26 GMT
Michael Jung wrote:

This is the code:

 try {
     long t = System.currentTimeMillis();
     Writer w = new BufferedWriter(new FileWriter(myDir + t + ".html"));
     String f = ...
 catch (IOException e) {

What I will do then is ls in myDir and paste the <t>.html into a
browser -> not served. (BTW, repeated calls to the above will create
new temporary files. The first one is still not served.)

Put the below (obviously with corrected path info) on your Tomcat as
test.jsp. If you point your browser to test.jsp you should end up at
test_file.jsp with "Hello World!" on your screen. If not, post the results.

<%@ page import="java.util.*,*,java.lang.*, java.sql.*" %>
File file = new File("[path_to_webapps]/test_file.jsp");
   FileOutputStream outStream = new FileOutputStream(file);
   outStream.write("Hello World!".getBytes());
}catch(Exception ex){


Dave Miller
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