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Dear all..
I have a property file at client side .i have to get the
some properties from the server side and store them in the
excisting client properties file..please help me out in this .
i have done like this but not working..

HashMap versionUpdates=secReqObject.getVersionInfo();
String notificationServ = (String)versionUpdates.get("NotificationServerName");
String notificationUser = (String)versionUpdates.get("NotificationServerUName");
String notificationPass = (String)versionUpdates.get("NotificationServerPwd");

StringBuffer sb1 = new StringBuffer();
sb1.append("###NOTIFICATION SERVER");
sb1.append("\r\n");
sb1.append("NotificationServerName=");sb1.append(notificationServ);
sb1.append("\r\n");
sb1.append("NotificationServerUName=");sb1.append(notificationUser);
sb1.append("\r\n");
sb1.append("NotificationServerPwd=");sb1.append(notificationPass);
sb1.append("\r\n");
System.out.println("PROPERTIES FROM SERVER"+sb1);
FileWriter f = new FileWriter(iniFilePath,true);
f.write(sb.toString());
f.close();

2) one more question is i want to store the Login time in the Client
Property file how can i do that please send me code ..i have to FINISH
this task today itsele...I will be very grateful to u

Thanks in advance
chennarao
 
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This is a 'cross-post'.
See the answer in 'Java in General (Intermediate)'.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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