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Hello Friends ,
I have to modify my client property file every time
i.e. i need to overwrite some part of my property file
how can do that i have dome like this but not working
Here i have to modify NotificationServer part only when i login into the
system.pls help me out

HashMap versionUpdates=secReqObject.getVersionInfo();
//here versionUpdate is the Server peroperty Object

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();


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Chennarao
 
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There is nothing to be gained by trying to modifiy your properties file this way. Just use the methods in the java.util.Properties class to set the new values and write the whole thing back out to the file. Much simpler.
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If you use ANT to do your builds, and if that file needs to change at compile time then ANt can do the job for you pretty efficiently
 
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