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Thread: In memory concept

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    Question In memory concept

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    This is vanirathna,
    i don't have any idea on in memory concept in java, but i want code for storing a file from scanner to server directly that means the file should not store on local memory. so please help me in this

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    Default Re: In memory concept

    Can you be more explanatory in your question?
    Do you want to transfer a file with in a network?

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    Default Re: In memory concept

    I don't know a way to copy a file from a PC to a server without some program reading the file into memory.

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    Default Re: In memory concept

    hi Mr.777
    I need to scan a file from scanner and that scanned file should not store in local memory, it should store directly on server, and for this some one suggested me to use in memory mechanism of java. but i don't have any idea regarding in memory mechanism in java, so can u please help me in this how can i do this because i even can't understand how to start this

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    Default Re: In memory concept

    Well, yes you can scan a file and store it on the server without storing it in the local memory. I'll recommend you to have a look over this discussion. Parsing huge file without reading into memory (Performance forum at JavaRanch)
    This might help you.

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    thank you Mr.777
    i'll try in that way
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