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Hello, other people have mentioned the DownloadManager app before, and I have an implementation that breaks all the time. The software itself doesn't break so much but the files being downloaded do. Specifically the first and last files in the list - when there are more than one or two files being downloaded - break if they have been paused and restarted. Any other files that get paused and restarted continue to function as they should but these fail. I've tried everything I can think of and I'm just frustrated with this.

JDK is 1.5.0_15

parameters:
- a base web address for the files to be downloaded
- a comma-separated list of pdf file names (other files will be renamed as pdf's)

DownloadManager.java variable linkTemplate - string-insertable template for the actual URL to a specific file specified by the names in arg[1]




Download.java




DownloadManager.java





DownloadTableModel.java




ProgressRenderer.java

 
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Ok well, this topic is no longer relevant to me... thanks to anybody who gave a look...
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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