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making zip file at runtime

 
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Hello Friends,
I have two files one is with extension ".exe" and other is with extension ".txt" i.e
1) file1.exe
2) file2.txt
I want to make this file into zip format. This will be achieve during run-time.I have written one "Servlet" in which i'm using ZipEntry class.But i'm unable to do so.
Thanks in advance,
Kavita.

 
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You say you are unable to use the ZipEntry class - why not? what is wrong?
 
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Here is a class that I use to zip all the log files in a directory

hope this helps
 
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Thanks Carl your code has helped.
 
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