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How to change property file values using ResoureBundle  RSS feed

 
Naresh Talluri
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Hi All

I am reading one Property file ( applicationresource.proprties ) by using ResoureBundle.



here i have to set value of any one of key,
is that possible?
is that applicable through out application?
if not could you please advice any other solutions?

I really appriciate you if you have any solutions.

Really Thanks.

 
Naresh Talluri
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Can any one please help me.
 
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I would advise against editing properties files since these are usually text files that save the configuration of the systems.

basically properties files are plain simple text files,

here is how to edit a text file:
http://home.cogeco.ca/~ve3ll/jatutor9.htm
 
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Class ResourceBundle doesn't have methods to change the values or save its content to a file. But you can read *.properties files with class java.util.Properties instead of class ResourceBundle; class Properties does have methods to change the content and save to a file. Look it up in the API documentation.
 
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Thank you for posting, lemme try with Proprties file and get back to you.
Again Thank you alot
 
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ResourceBundle usually reads resources. These are often located inside JAR files, and cannot be changed. That's why ResourceBundle has no methods for changing it.
 
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