method does not write

From: (Loek Raemakers)
Wed, 07 Nov 2007 18:23:56 GMT
My application runs on a Novell intra-network (NDS6).
The application consists of different frames.
My problem is: one method does not write to a file.
On a stand alone (Windows '98 and XP) this problem does not occur.
The method is:
public void Herschrijver()
String text = "blablabla";
String dir = System.getProperty("user.dir");
String sep = System.getProperty("file.separator");
String bestand = "Opgaven.txt";
String pad = dir + sep + bestand;
Writer fw = new FileWriter(pad);
catch(Exception e)
//ta.setText("Fout bij opslaan" + "\n" + e.toString());
//ta.setText("Goed opgeslagen");
Using the next line of code in the above method works fine;
 Writer fw = new FileWriter(pad,true);// append text, is not what I want.
Using 'false' instead of 'true' does not write.
 On the file 'Opgaven.txt' I have the netware rights indicated by:
I do not catch an exception, I get the message in textarea (ta): Goed opgeslagen
Does my (bad) java code cause the problem?
Is it a question of netware rights or inheritance of these rights by different
Thanks for any help.
Loek eR

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