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Thread: connection failed while connecting to OpenOffice .org

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    Default connection failed while connecting to OpenOffice .org

    File file = new File((new StringBuilder()).append(s2).append(File.separator) .append(s1).toString());
    file.renameTo(new File((new StringBuilder()).append(s2).append(File.separator) .append("$$tsjoof$$.xls").toString()));
    // SocketOpenOfficeConnection socketopenofficeconnection = new SocketOpenOfficeConnection();
    OpenOfficeConnection socketopenofficeconnection = new SocketOpenOfficeConnection(8100);

    try
    {
    String s3 = (new StringBuilder()).append(s2).append(File.separator) .append("$$tsjoof$$.xls").append(".ods").toString( );
    DefaultDocumentFormatRegistry defaultdocumentformatregistry = new DefaultDocumentFormatRegistry();
    File file4 = new File((new StringBuilder()).append(s2).append(File.separator) .append("$$tsjoof$$.xls").toString());
    File file6 = new File(s3);
    socketopenofficeconnection.connect();
    if(socketopenofficeconnection.isConnected())
    {
    OpenOfficeDocumentConverter openofficedocumentconverter = new OpenOfficeDocumentConverter(socketopenofficeconnec tion);
    openofficedocumentconverter.convert(file4, defaultdocumentformatregistry.getFormatByFileExten sion("xls"), file6, defaultdocumentformatregistry.getFormatByFileExten sion("ods"));
    } else
    {
    File file7 = new File((new StringBuilder()).append(s2).append(File.separator) .append("$$tsjoof$$.xls").toString());
    file7.renameTo(new File((new StringBuilder()).append(s2).append(File.separator) .append(s1).toString()));
    throw new OpenOfficeConnectException("Unable to connect to OpenOffice.org to convert Excel Document.");
    }
    }
    It is giving an exception as

    connection failed: socket,host=localhost,port=1234,tcpNoDelay=1: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect Exception in thread "AWT-EventQueue-0" java.lang.NullPointerException at com.artofsolving.jodconverter.openoffice.connectio n.AbstractOpenOfficeConnection.disconnect(Abstract OpenOfficeConnection.java:88) at fileToXliff.ExcelImporter.convert(ExcelImporter.ja va:90) at fileToXliff.MainGui.jbtnConvertActionPerformed(Mai nGui.java:667) at fileToXliff.MainGui.access$800(MainGui.java:55) at fileToXliff.MainGui$9.actionPerformed(MainGui.java :179) What should I need to do .


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