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Reading a properties file using BufferdInputStream

 
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I'm trying to read a properties file using BufferedInputStream...

BufferedInputStream bufferedinputstream =new BufferedInputStream(this.getClass().getClassLoader().getResourceAsStream(s));

I'm getting "InputStream Closed" exception.

Can any one help me in resolving this issue.
 
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Welcome to the JavaRanch, kalig
It's a good idea to separate the obtaining of the resource and the creation of the input stream. That way you can test the return value of getResourceAsStream() to make sure you've found the resource in question before attempting to read it.
 
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As the subject says : Reading a properties file using BufferdInputStream.

I am assuming that you are trying to read a properties file.In that case you case create a FileInputStream and then using the load method of Properties object you can load it.

FileInputStream fin = ..
Properties p = new Properties();
p.load(fin);
 
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