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Manoj Gundawar
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Hi,
I am trying to get the array of string from a property file using the
getStringArray of ResourceBundle class. But it is giving class cast Exception.
My property file looks like:

NVFORMS="GSLTW1NV","GSLTW1NV","GSLTW1NV","GSLTW1NV","GSLTW1NV","GSLTW1NV"
I also tried following formats. None of them worked.

NVFORMS= GSLTW1NV1 GSLTW1NV2 GSLTW1NV3
NVFORMS={"GSLTW1NV1", "GSLTW1NV2", "GSLTW1NV3"}

So if you have worked on this before successfully, please let me know.
(No speculations please )
Thanks in advance.
 
Darin Niard
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I've been looking around... I can't find much information on it. You can use this for now though:

[ July 09, 2004: Message edited by: Darin Niard ]
 
shareeef hiasat
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Darin Niard wrote:I've been looking around... I can't find much information on it. You can use this for now though:

[ July 09, 2004: Message edited by: Darin Niard ]


thanks but did you try it , i mean where is your reference
 
Varun Selva
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shareeef hiasat wrote:
Darin Niard wrote:I've been looking around... I can't find much information on it. You can use this for now though:

[ July 09, 2004: Message edited by: Darin Niard ]


thanks but did you try it , i mean where is your reference


This should work.
This is a general code.
rb.getString("NVFORMS").split(":"); is valid code.
But need to do the null check.

String[] s=null;
if(rb.getString("NVFORMS") !=null){
s = rb.getString("NVFORMS").split(":");
}

 
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