Re: Java URL

"Oliver Wong" <>
Tue, 06 Jun 2006 16:01:41 GMT
<> wrote in message

Exactly. What I did was this:

 public void download(OutputStream os) throws IOException {
   byte[] buffer = new byte[2048]; //2K Buffer

   try {
     int pos = 0;

     URL targetUrl = new URL(this.url);
     URLConnection uc = targetUrl.openConnection();
     InputStream is = uc.getInputStream();

     while ((pos = > 0)
       os.write(buffer, 0, pos);

   } catch (Exception ex) {
     throw new IOException(ex.toString());

But it won't work.

    I've heard that Google blocks Java from connecting to it. Did you test
your program with URLs that don't point to one of Google's servers?

    Otherwise, what do you mean it "won't work"? Do you get an error
message? If so, what's the exact error message you get? See

    - Oliver

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