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I ran into this issue that the size (compressed, uncompressed) etc.. are not getting updated after the data has been written and the ZipEntry is closed in the ZipOutputStream (those fields should be updated automatically). That is, upon reading the entire zip file back it returns -1 (for getSize(), etc...) always for each file written. Any tips/help on this?

 
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This might sound silly, but do you flush the stream?
 
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